Early this year, Nvidia’s GeForce Now app made its way to LG’s smart TV ecosystem. Now, the cloud-based gaming service is rolling out to some of Samsung’s flagship phones. PC and Mac-native apps will not be left behind, as they too get the ability to stream at 4K resolution via the GeForce Now.
GeForce Now Coming To Samsung, OnePlus Smartphones
Samsung’s flagship smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S22 and S22 Ultra will get Nvidia’s GeForce Now streaming service. Its foldables such as the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 are also set to get the service. Nvidia has teamed up with OnePlus to roll out its streaming function to the OnePlus 9 Pro. Previously, Samsung’s S21 series, the Galaxy Note 20 and S20 FE, the Google Pixel 6 Pro, and the ASUS ROG 5 Series were the only smartphones with GeForce Now service.
GeForce Now Mobile Streaming: Getting Started
GeForce Now’s RTX 3080 tier lets users stream at the rate of 120 frames per second. The Nvidia GeForce NOW app offers a variety of PC games which you can directly streaming to your Android device.
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To get started, your eligible smartphone should support OpenGL ES 3.1 and have at least 1.5 GB of free memory. Additionally, you will require a stable internet connection. For an enjoyable haming experience, make sure you have a Bluetooth gamepad, such as the SHIELD controller, the Steelseries Stratus Duo, or the Razer Raiju Mobile.
With a streaming rate of 120 fps, Nvidia’s GeForce Now surpasses the Stadia Pro’s 4K capability which is capped at 60 fps. However, be ready to pay a premium for the upgrade since the GeForce Now RTX 3080 membership is priced at $19.99 for one month and $99 for six months.