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Razer unveils Kishi V2 mobile gaming controller, coming soon to the UAE

Razer Kishi V2 for Android
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Razer has announced the launch of the Razer Kishi V2 mobile gaming controller for Android, with an iPhone release confirmed for later this year. This announcement means that Razer is bringing console-quality controls and gameplay to the smartphone. With the growth of cloud-based gaming and casting on mobile platforms, the future of handheld gaming is brighter than ever.

Razer Kishi V2 pricing & availability in the UAE and KSA

The Razer Kishi V2 is set to launch in the UAE by the start of July through select retailers and etailers with the price of AED 399

The gaming controller will also be available in Saudi Arabia by the start of August at the price of SAR 449

New upgrades to the Razer Kishi V2

Razer’s new upgrades to Kishi V2 are borrowing a lot from Wolverine V2 console controllers, the Kishi V2 features the same inputs with new tactile microswitch control bringing enhancements to the controller.

The new Share button lets gamers quickly capture still or recorded video clips to share with friends. The Kishi V2 also introduces dual multifunction buttons and the ability to launch the Razer Nexus app. 

Razer Kishi V2 pro

(Image credit: Razer)

Razer has also made some changes to the Kishi V2’s structure using a simplified bridge that should be providing a stable feel and universal smartphone compatibility, the Kishi V2 grip is set to provide higher comfortability in contrast to the previous iteration of the controller.  

Razer has also said that the Kishi V2 was designed with compatibility in mind and will work with the current and upcoming phones from major brands that are coming to the markets this year.

Supporting the same low latency gameplay as its predecessor, the Kishi V2 delivers native and cloud game control through a USB-C connection and pass-through charging ports that allow for device charging without interrupting gameplay.

Razer Nexus App

Powered by the new Razer Nexus App, the Kishi V2 is providing quick access to installed games, YouTube or Facebook streaming capabilities, compatible game discovery, and controller settings all from the same app.

The Razer Nexus App (opens in new tab) is now available to download for free on Android devices.

Mostafa Eltaweel
Mostafa Eltaweel

Mostafa has been working in the tech journalism industry since his teenage years following his childhood passion for PC hardware, tech and video games. Besides tech, his new interests are Esports scene and regional competitions.