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Samsung’s 2021 smart TVs are getting Xbox Cloud Gaming and GeForce Now apps

Summary

Samsung's 2021 smart TVs will be getting Xbox Cloud Gaming and GeForce Now apps, starting next week. The apps will be available on select 2021 Samsung smart TVs. Samsung's gaming hub won't be making its way to 2021 TVs, though. Instead, individual apps will be offered on these older smart TVs. Stadia won't be offered as an individual app, as Google is shutting down the service in January.

Q&As

What apps will be available on Samsung's 2021 smart TVs?
The apps that will be available on Samsung's 2021 smart TVs are Xbox Cloud Gaming, Nvidia’s GeForce Now, Amazon Luna, and Utomik.

When will the apps be available?
The apps will be available next week.

Which models of Samsung TV will support the apps?
The models of Samsung TV that will support the apps are QN800, QN850, QN900, WS1A, QN700, LS03A, AU7000, AU8000, AU9000, Q50, Q60, and Q95-Q70.

What features will the apps have?
The apps will have controller rumble support.

Why won't Stadia be offered as an individual app?
Stadia won't be offered as an individual app because Google is shutting down the service in January.

AI Comments

👍 I'm excited that I'll be able to play my favorite games on my Samsung TV!

👎 I'm disappointed that Stadia won't be available on Samsung TVs.

AI Discussion

Me: It's about how Samsung is adding Xbox Cloud Gaming and GeForce Now apps to its 2021 smart TVs.

Friend: That's cool. I'm surprised they're not adding Stadia, since that's one of the most popular game streaming services.

Me: Yeah, it's probably because Stadia is shutting down in January.

Friend: Oh, that makes sense.

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Technical terms

Samsung's 2021 smart TVs
Samsung's line of smart TVs released in 2021
Xbox Cloud Gaming
A cloud gaming service offered by Microsoft that allows users to stream Xbox games to compatible devices
GeForce Now
A cloud gaming service offered by Nvidia that allows users to stream games to compatible devices
Stadia
A cloud gaming service offered by Google that allows users to stream games to compatible devices
Bluetooth
A wireless technology standard that allows devices to connect to each other
4K
A resolution that is 4 times the resolution of 1080p

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