Released in 2020, the Backbone One controller for mobile devices received a lot of support from the gaming community. Featuring a bone-shaped design, the Backbone One connects directly to your phone by plugging it into an applicable connector (Lightning or USB-C) on the right side of the controller. However, at that time, this controller only supported iOS operating system partners.
In the newly released version for Android devices, the manufacturer says the controller is compatible with most Android phones. While the listing currently doesn’t mention the recently released Pixel 7 series, Backbone still claims the device supports the latest generation of Pixel smartphones.
If you want to own this controller, users need to spend $ 99.99 (nearly 2.5 million). The product is currently available on the official Backbone and Best Buy websites.
Unlike its iOS counterpart, where buyers can choose from a PlayStation-themed color scheme, the device for Android users is only available in black. Product delivery is expected to begin in December. If ordered before November 1, players will receive the controller later this month.
Not long ago, the manufacturer Razer released a Kishi mobile game controller modification, which looks similar to the Backbone One. Comparing these two products, users complain that the Razer Kishi V2 lacks a headphone jack, lacks native support for Call of Duty: Mobile, and the combined apps are very slow. Meanwhile, Backbone One for Android is highly appreciated when it fully meets the shortcomings that Razer has not been able to do.