While Google Stadia is now offered on several Android smartphones (Samsung, ASUS, Razer …), Google would consider pre-installing its Cloud gaming service on certain terminals.
If the Android user is already used to finding, natively, many Google services at the launch of a new smartphone, it is a certain Stadia who could soon invite himself to the party. According to XDADevelopers, Google has indeed entered into a partnership with ASUS to pre-install Stadia on the next ROG Phone III.
Thus, in addition to the usual Gmail and other Maps, the future gaming smartphone signed ASUS will also integrate Google Stadia natively. A rather logical initiative on the part of Google, with a Stadia which would thus be more likely to reach very many users.
At the moment, it is unclear whether this is a unique deal between Google and ASUS, or whether the American giant will also take care to pre-install Stadia on other upcoming Android smartphones.