Nokia was told a while back that the company was working with Streamview, a European OEM, to develop a Nokia-branded wireless game controller. As reported by Nokiamob, the device appears to be soon available for purchase.
The Nokia Game Controller 5000 will include Google Assistant voice capabilities, dual integrated vibration motors, a six-axis gyroscope, and compatibility with Android TVs, Android Streaming Devices, and Android Phones.
As far as game controllers go, the controller will have a "standard" appearance, containing your usual assortment of face buttons, directional pad, shoulder and trigger buttons, analog sticks, and additional inputs for menus.
The product is currently being listed on Streamview's website as "available soon." This is one of the more "unique" Nokia-branded devices we've seen recently, as the brand is well-known for its Android phones and Wi-Fi devices.