Google’s game dashboard has been a Pixel phone-exclusive since its debut with Android 12, yet that could change soon as proposed by a new update to Google System Updates.
Updated Google System Updates changelog that affirms the dashboard will show up on “select” gadgets running Android 13. It states: “[Phone] Game Dashboard lets you choose longer battery life or higher performance, block out calls and notifications when playing, access Play Games achievements, and more. Available on select devices running Android T.”
An initial guess in light of its language leads us to think that this gaming experience will come to the Google Pixel 6a, which recently hit store shelves. It launched with Android 12 out of the box, however the game dashboard feature will more than likely seem when it is updated to Android 13.
Be that as it may, the changelog isn’t sure about whether the game dashboard will likewise show up on other non-Pixel gadgets running Android 13. As Android Police brings up, this just affirms that the feature will come to one of Google’s best cheap Android phones.
You can use this feature to rapidly access performance settings adjustments, live stream your gameplay by means of YouTube, view your Google Play achievements, and disable notifications.
Whether the game dashboard is coming to third-party Android phones stays a speculation for the time being. However, late clues alluded to the feature’s appearance on Google Play Services from now on. Non-Pixel proprietors might dare to dream it’s heading in that direction.