The current flagship series from the South Korean giant Samsung — the Galaxy S21 lineup has now received support for the Amazon Luna game streaming service. This means that the devices in the lineup can access and play games on Amazon Luna.
The support is now available for all three smartphones — Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. These phones already had access to Google’s Stadia, Microsoft’s Project xCloud, and Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming services.
Do note that its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S20 series already supports Amazon Luna. Making the announcement, Amazon Luna tweeted and said that “Amazon Luna is now compatible with even more Android devices from Samsung including the S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra phone.”
For those who are unaware, Amazon Luna is a game streaming service, and to play games, the user just needs a stable internet connection, a compatible game controller, and a device that supports the service.
Currently, the game streaming is limited to 1080p at 60fps but the company will soon add support for 4K games for select titles. Notably, Amazon’s cloud gaming service is only available in the United States.gaming services via the Chrome web browser without the need to install a dedicated app.
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