GameSir G4s Wireless Bluetooth Gamepad Review: Page 3 of 6
Posted by Lance Carter on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 - 8:00am
Packaging & Unboxing
The top of the container shows the entire controller through a clear lid with the GameSir logo.
Front shows a perfect drawing of the G4s controller, GameSir logo, Working Platforms, & Functions.
The left side of the container is blank.
Back shows the GameSir Logo, Product Information, Package Contents, & Company Information.
The right-hand side as well as the back portion is blank.
Once unboxed you have the container empty of its contents: A white molded plastic protector, G4s controller, USB to micro USB cable, User Manual, & optional support bracket which can be found nestled with the USB cable.
Closer picture without the packaging showing the G4s controller, User Manual, USB to mini USB cord & optional support bracket.
Top of G4s controller powered on showing the GameSir Logo, X, Y, A, & B with the backlight LEDs.
Bottom of the controller showing where the USB 2.4 GHz is held in place in the middle.
With the Smart Phone Stand in the open position you can remove the USB 2.4 GHz.
A lower angle you can see the placement of the USB 2.4 GHz.
One note I would like to add here about the USB 2.4 GHz, the first time removing it can be slightly difficult. It is a tight fit but once removed once or twice it gets easier. Just take your time removing it the first few times.
Front of the G4s with the phone stand open at 110 degrees shows the Turbo & Clear buttons.
Close-up picture of the optional support bracket for smaller/wider phones.
Front of controller’s phone stand with optional support bracket installed at 110 degrees.
Another front view picture showing the power indicator lights in the upper left showing 75% battery life.
Top view of the G4s controller shows 4 button set: L1, L2, R1, & R2.
With the controller turned face down, you can see the triggers which are clearly labelled as well as the micro USB charge port.
The back of the controller has a recessed reset button and a sticker including the Model Number, Power Input, and website.
Left side view of the controller with the phone stand at 110 degrees.
Left side view of the controller with the phone stand at 150 degrees.
Left side view of phone stand holding a Samsung Note 3.
Rear picture of phone stand shows how the stand extends to hold the phone.
Right side view of phone stand holding a Samsung Note 3.
Please note the strength & balance the G4s while securely holding the phone.
The GameSir G4s gaming controller with a working mobile game.