Fri, 26 Apr 2013 07:45:00 GMT | By Richard Melville
Best Samsung Galaxy S4 Accessories

Samsung Game Pad



Samsung Galaxy S4 accessories
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Not confirmed for a UK release as of yet - but included for quirkiness; the S4 Game Pad teams up with your new smartphone for enhanced Android gameplay. Think Nvidia Project Shield on a smaller scale.

It boasts twin analogue joysticks, D-pad and four action buttons and doesn't look all that different to the Xbox 360 controller.

Key features: Adjustable for different screen sizes (so not S4 exclusive) .

Perfect for: Android game boys.

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