Google wants to bring Stadia to as many devices as possible and disclosed back in November that it’s working to deliver the same experience to non-Pixel phones. And according to recent reports, the company is already working on it.
There have been reports of users logging into Stadia on their non-Pixel smartphones and are greeted with one of the screens you see below as opposed to the “Choose where to play” screen giving you the option of Chromecast Ultra or a PC.
However, the “trial” lasts only for the current session and users are not in control when the welcome screen will appear. It seems like Google is running a randomized testing trial to see how non-Pixel phones handle Stadia.
The earliest reports date back to December so there’s a good chance that Stadia will launch soon for all Android phones. Or at least for most of them.