Austrian company StreamView has so far brought us Nokia-branded OLED and LCD TV devices, TV smart streaming boxes running Google’s Android TV and some TV receivers designed to extend the life of your indestructible old LCD TV. The company recently updated its TV offering to include 4K QLED TV up to 70 inches. However, the company will not stop at TV’s and receivers. According to the latest BT SIG certificate, StreamView will announce a Bluetooth game controller simply called Nokia Game Controller.
I could not track down a graphical representation or a render of the controller, but judging by what’s offered on the Internet, it will most likely look like every other controller out there. The controller will feature a BT5.0 module, which suggests that latency and battery consumption will be low. Also, the controller has been certified with the Realtek BT5.2 module, which means that there should be at least two versions of it, one affordable and another more expensive, or this is a BT antenna that goes into a TV… Not sure exactly what the product is, but a BT5.2 controller is welcome also.
I am not sure whether StreamView is planning on launching new products at IFA2022 together with all the other Nokia brand partners, but that would be a nice place to show all the products together, phones, TVs, laptops, audio accessories, controllers and whatever else is coming.