Amazon Luna comes to Android smartphones. See if yours is on the list!

 Amazon Luna comes to Android smartphones.  See if yours is on the list!

The year 2020 has been dominated, as far as video games are concerned, by the launch of the new generation consoles, PS5 and Xbox Series X | S.

However, and perhaps also as a side effect of the global pandemic scenario, game streaming has been gaining a prominent place in the industry.

One of the novelties we were offered during this period is Amazon Luna, which now reaches some Android smartphones, more specifically from Google, Samsung and OnePlus.

Android smartphones compatible with Amazon Luna

  • Samsung Galaxy S10 / S10 +
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10 +
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 5G / S20 + 5G / S20 Ultra 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20
  • OnePlus 7/7 Pro / 7 Pro 5G
  • OnePlus 7T / 7T Pro / 7T Pro 5G
  • OnePlus 8/8 Pro
  • OnePlus Nord
  • Google Pixel 4 XL
  • Google Pixel 4a
  • Google Pixel 4a 5G
  • Google Pixel 5

The platform is in the testing period, so it does not yet have a dedicated application. To access, just use the Google Chrome browser (version 86 or higher), and make sure that your smartphone is running Android 9 or higher.

Amazon promises to expand Luna to more mobile devices, asking interested parties to stay tuned to find out when their smartphone will be included in the compatibility list.

Amazon Luna is another video game streaming platform

Luna is a video game streaming platform, with a library of 100 games in the initial launch phase. The monthly subscription price is $ 5.99, and Amazon has already promised that you will be able to access via PC, Mac, Amazon Fire TV, iOS and now also on Android.

Some companies, like Ubisoft, have signed a partnership with Amazon to make their games available on Luna as soon as they are released. However, accessing this service, Ubisoft +, will cost you another $ 14.99 per month.

For now, Amazon Luna is only available in the US, with the promise of an international launch. Until you officially arrive in UK, you can always use a VPN to access.

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