Sony Announces New XMount Accessory for PS4 Remote Play on Smartphones

Together with the slow torment of this PS Vita, Sont may be seeking to strengthen PS4 distant play smartphones, that’s still viewed by many as a somewhat vague feature on account of the restriction (at least formally) into Sony’s own Xperia Models.

Today, Sony Mobile Communications announced the creation of mounts built to attach Xperia smartphones, XMount. Some time ago, Sony found the GCM10 Game Control Mount, but because of the suction mechanics, it still wasn’t exactly the optimal solution.

The XMount is similar, however, the suction gimmick is replaced by it having a more secure sliding bracket very similar to some couple third-party choices already available on the marketplace. Another difference with the preceding version is the shortage of barrier.

Incidentally, MSY, which works with businesses including Thrustmaster and Razer has produced the design. The release window for Japan is currently June 2018, while no announcement was created for the west for today.

Compatible Xperia models would be Xperia Z5 Premium, Xperia XZ1 Compact, Xperia XZ Premium, Xperia XZs, Xperia XZ, Xperia X Compact, Xperia X Performance, Xperia Z5, Xperia Z5 Compact, and also the Xperia XZ1.

Needless to say, what would really help the attribute take off will   be opening it to all brands of smartphones, rather similar to Sony has done with remote play PC, but unfortunately, nothing was declared on front.

In the last few months, Sony has released a couple of movies along with trailers to market the remote play attribute. Itll be interesting to determine whether theyll enlarge it further, now that the Vita is on its final leg in Japan.

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