Google’s cloud game service, stadia, has been limited to WiFi games since it was launched last year because of its high data usage and bandwidth requirements. But today Google announced a new stadia experiment that will allow you to play on mobile devices over 4G / 5G cellular networks.
this feature is disabled by default, but it is now available for non pixel devices such as Samsung, Acer, Razr and one plus. Users can try to play games on 4G / 5G network after enabling the function manually.
However, Google hasn’t formally explained in detail what resolution you get when playing stadia on 4G and 5g networks, or what optimization it is doing.