Razer promises universal compatibility regardless of phone size thanks to the Kishi V2’s “extendable bridge.” It also features passthrough charging and a 3.5mm headphone jack, which only makes sense since it connects to your phone via the USB or Lightning port. Quite obviously, the Xbox Edition version of the controller was made for subscribers of Xbox Game Pass, as Microsoft’s cloud-based game streaming platform makes it possible to play major titles on underpowered devices, such as your smartphone.
Until now, the Pro version of the Kishi controller was only available with the Razer Edge, which is the company’s own handheld gaming console somewhat similar to the Steam Deck and Nintendo Switch. The Android version of the Xbox Edition retails for $149.99, while the iPhone version lists at $119.99. The non-Xbox version of the Pro controller for Android, which ditches the Xbox button, shaves about $20 off the price tag.