Nvidia just launched the new RTX 3080 plan dedicated to GeForce NOW – which we talked about in our review -, thanks to which it is also possible to access the Full HD at 120 fps from Android smartphones. Unfortunately, at the moment the selection of smartphones on which it is possible to use this option is really small, but it seems that Nvidia is already working to improve the compatibility of its service, according to what emerges from the latest news introduced silently.
The colleagues of XDA Developers have found a very recent update of the list of compatible devices and among these the brand new is now also mentioned Pixel 6 Pro, the first non-Samsung smartphone to be able to offer the possibility to play up to 120 fps with Nvidia cloud gaming (provided you have subscribed to the RTX 3080 subscription).
The fact that the Pixel 6 Pro was added without any official communication suggests that it is good to keep an eye on the official Nvidia support page periodically, as the company is likely to constantly update the list of devices without any warning. So if you are among the owners of a smartphone with a 120 Hz display and you have signed up for the new plan, keep your eyes peeled. If, on the other hand, you want to get an idea of the performance of the service, we leave you a replay of our life in which we put it to the test!