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Expert Reviews Apr 17, 2014

The Phonejoy is a nice idea, but the execution is merely OK and the need for a headphone adaptor makes it a bit fiddly to use as well. The number of game supported as a percentage is great, but there's still not loads to play on Android.

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TechCrunch Dec 4, 2012

The secret sauce lies in a telescoping design that allows the Play to accept any size smartphone between two control pods featuring analog joysticks, a d-pad, buttons and shoulder paddles. Since it adjusts, so long as your device is 153mm long or shorter, and 14mm thick or thinner, it can ... fit.

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Laptop Magazine Jan 11, 2013

At first glance, the gamepad looks like a miniature version of a console controller. However the controller opens to reveal a thick silver band that expands enough to house an iPhone 5 or a massive Samsung Galaxy Note II.

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