The Kishi V2 for iPhone includes two analog thumbsticks with L3 and R3 functionality, as well as two analog triggers, R2 and L2, for precision control, like when controlling the throttle in racing games. On top of that, the controller features the standard ABXY buttons, a D-Pad, a Menu and Options button, and two additional programmable buttons, labeled L4 and R4.
The Kishi V2 for iPhone has a dedicated “share button” that works when the controller is connected to the “Razer Nexus” mobile app. This allows screenshots and screen recordings to be saved directly to the mobile device. Lastly, the Kishi V2 for iPhone features lightning pass-through charging, allowing users to game for long periods of time without having to worry about battery life.
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