Gaming hardware manufacturer, Razer, adds another gaming accessory to their already long line of peripherals. The new Razer Junglecat controller can quickly turn your smartphone into an improvised Nintendo Switch-type gaming console. \n \nThe ad hoc controller works with superior efficiency, especially with phones like the Galaxy S10+, Galaxy Note, Razer Phone 2, and the Huawei P30 Pro. The accessory can be attached via the particular case, which splits into two, so you can sandwich your phone between the snap-on controllers. \n \nThe Razer Junglecat allows you to play demanding games without utilizing the screen for in-game controls. This feature comes in handy, especially with games like Fortnite, where you need to have a good view of your surroundings. \n \nThis new gaming accessory uses Bluetooth connection and comes with a USB-C cord, which can be utilized for longer gaming sessions. Using the enclosed Type-C USB cord gives you higher gameplay for as much as 100 hours. \n \n \n \nRazer Junglecat also comes with an Android app that allows you to customize button mapping and adjustments for the joystick sensitivity. One lacking feature of the Junglecat gamepad attachment is its lack of motion control similar to the Joy-Con, and there are no vibration feedbacks. \n \nThe gaming accessory manufacturer promises gamers an instantaneous response from the new mobile phone gaming attachment. It offers a low-latency connection using the standard Bluetooth and the BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) feature. \n \nAlso, unlike the Nintendo Joy-Con, the controller has to be charged separately via its USB-C connector cable. Sensitivity-wise, the Razer Junglecat offers better efficiency compared to other third-party controllers. It also lets you fully customize your gaming experience by allowing you to remap the buttons according to your demands. \n \nThe concept behind the new Razer Junglecat addresses most of the issues faced by many players. Razer’s Senior Vice President, Alvin Cheung, directly delivered the message stating that mobile game players have been hampered by putting their fingers on the screen to control the game’s actions. \n \nThe new Razer Junglecat is meant to improve gaming experience with its superior quality and feature-rich controllers. This would give gamers a better view of the actions happening and make it easy to access in-game features without interrupting the game. \n \nThe Razer Junglecat is already on the Razer website starting today. The mobile gaming accessory has a price tag of $99.99.