Switching out the joysticks for a set that has been dreaded since the launch of the Nintendo Switch over six years ago was the most significant change
The general design of the Razer Kishi V2 is also a terrible shame, as the overall design is excellent
Comfortable grips, a better phone mount, and a solid build quality make it a worthy successor to the original.
You’d be hard-pressed to tell the difference between it and a true portable console with a phone like the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra put in it. This is where our Razer Kishi V2 review begins.
On June 8th, the Razer Kishi V2 was released for $100/€120 and is available on razer.com and Amazon.com, respectively. The Kishi V2 controller, two sets of different-sized spacers to best suit your Android phone
The Razer Kishi V2 may go unnoticed by fans of the original Kishi. The bands that held the phone and controller together in a compact storage mode have been removed