Razer has announced the launch of the Kishi V2 Pro for Android, expanding the reach of Razer Edge across Europe and Asia, and introducing Xbox Editions of Kishi V2 for iPhone and Android. Previously, the Kishi V2 Pro was only available with Razer Edge, but now it can be purchased separately for Android.
Razer Kishi V2 Pro: Now available for Android
The Kishi V2 Pro controller, which can now be paired with an Android smartphone, features HyperSense Haptics, a universal fit with an extendable bridge, and the ability to play both PC or console games with streaming. The Kishi V2 Pro maintains peak performance through ultra-low latency gameplay, with passthrough charging and 3.5mm audio.
The brand says that the Razer Kishi V2 Pro features a stable, extendable bridge that perfectly holds most popular Android smartphones, providing a secure fit that won’t come loose while you game. An Xbox edition of this controller is also being made available that sports the ‘Xbox’ button to instantly launch Xbox Game Pass and get access to Xbox Cloud Gaming (Beta) and Xbox remote play. This edition also has A, B, X, and Y configurations to resemble the button layout of the Xbox controller.
While the standard model comes in black and costs $129.99 (approx Rs 10,720), the Xbox version comes in white and costs $149.99 (approx Rs 12,400). Note that the controller is supported only by Android phones and not iOS ones, so iPhones are out of the question.
Razer Kishi V2 Xbox Edition line
Apart from that, the regular Kishi V2 is getting the Xbox edition lineup that costs $119.99 (approx Rs 9,800) and is available exclusively in the US and Canada. It is available for both Android and iOS. Similar to the Kishi V2 Pro Xbox variant, this controller also offers precision controls, ergonomic comfort, and the Xbox button layout paired with a white aesthetic.
It sports the Razer micro-switches present under the D-pad, face buttons, and shoulder buttons to the familiar functionality of the Xbox button for Xbox Remote Play and Xbox Cloud Gaming experiences.
Separately, the Razer Edge gaming handheld, powered by the Snapdragon G3x Gen 1 Gaming Platform and boasting a 6.8” AMOLED display with a smooth 144Hz refresh rate, is now being made available in select regions of Europe and Asia.