It’s no secret that smartphones (and tablets) are generally ill-equipped for certain games, at least as far as physical controls are concerned. So T-Mobile is offering a solution in the form of the MOGA Mobile Gaming System, created by PowerA.
The pocket-sized MOGA works with Android devices (versions 2.3 and higher) and connects via Bluetooth, giving users a full suite of controls for gaming, including dual analog sticks, two shoulder buttons, four action buttons, and start and select buttons.
While tablets will have to be set down on a surface or propped up during gaming sessions, smartphones can be docked in the controller, so the display is at an ideal angle right above the MOGA.
The MOGA, priced at $49.99 is available for purchase online now at T-Mobile’s website, and will be on sale in T-Mobile retail stores starting November 14.