Update: Samsung has finally added Samsung PlayGalaxy Link support to the much-beloved Samsung Galaxy S9, the Galaxy Fold and more.
In the latest update for Samsung’s streaming application, a whole host of devices have been added to the list of support Samsung mobiles.
As long as users download the latest version of the PlayGalaxy app, version 1.07, then they’ll be able to use the app on the following new devices: Galaxy Fold, S9, Note9, and A90.
The new update also allows you to unlock your PC lockscreen with your phone!
Samsung PlayGalaxy Link is branching out into a wider release as more phones are set to receive the video game streaming application.
With the service launching back in September, it was an intriguing but limited service for those with Samsung smartphones.
Originally available on hear the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+, Samsung has expanded the number of phones that are able to run the application. Samsung PlayGalaxy Link is now available on Galaxy S10, Galaxy Fold, Galaxy S9. Galaxy Note9, and Galaxy A90.
According to NeoWin, Galaxy S10 owners will able to access the streaming application right now. Other phones will gain access to the service early next month – just in time for Christmas! However, the software will only be available in the following countries:
- South Korea
Those who wish to stream their PC games to their phones via PlayGalaxy, you’ll need to at least meet the minimum specifications.
You’ll have to have the following hardware or better:
- Intel Core i5 or higher CPU
- DDR4 8GB RAM
- 50GB or more storage
- NVIDIA GTX 1060+ or AMD Radeon RX550+ graphics card
- Windows 10
- 1GB bandwidth