Even though the Google Stadia app is available for most Android devices, it is only officially supported on a select number of them.
If you are using Stadia on a device not on the Official Supported Device list, you are likely using an experimental version of Stadia.
You will likely not notice any differences between Stadia on an experimental device and Stadia on an official device. Still, if you were to ever reach out to Google support on one of these devices, you may not get the help you initially wanted.
Well, you can add 11 more devices to that list of officially supported devices. According to Kyle Bradshaw at 9to5Google, Stadia has added support for several Samsung devices.
- Samsung Galaxy S21
- Samsung Galaxy S21+
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
- Samsung Galaxy Note 20
- Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
- Samsung Galaxy Tab A
- Samsung Galaxy Tab A7
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S7
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+
As a Samsung Galaxy S21 user myself, I am stocked for my device to be officially supported!
Many high-end devices still do not have official support on Stadia, and it may be some time before they are also added to this list. But, it is good to see the S21 series and even some of Samsung's Android tablets on this list!
Do you have any of these devices? Do you use Stadia on them? Comment your experience below!