We are in the middle of a renaissance of control units for telephones thanks to a similar upsurge of streaming services. Nacon, a smaller accessory maker, is jumping into the fray with two models officially licensed for Xbox Game Pass streaming. Nacon MG-X (the small ̵6;) and MG-X Pro (the big’ un) both have an Android phone and connect via Bluetooth.
The design is pretty standard when these things go, with extendable center compartments that accommodate Android phones with screens up to 6.7 inches. (It’s probably a bit fluid, as some phones are taller than others due to frames and screen conditions.) Both use all the official Xbox buttons, including the signature home button, so they can handle all your streaming needs.
The controls last for 20 hours on one charge, but say nothing in particular about vibration functions. They will be available for purchase in “early 2021” and should work with regular Android games and other streaming services in a pinch.