Samsung has shown\u00a0off its first Android Bluetooth gaming controller, the GamePad, here at MWC. This was\u00a0announced\u00a0earlier in the year. Now a representative at MWC has mentioned a price.\u00a0The GamePad\u00a0will be available in Germany and Korea only at first for around \u20ac60, although as we've been told, it's available on Amazon for \u00a356 and has been for some time.READ:\u00a0Hands-on: Samsung Galaxy S5 reviewPairing is easy with NFC before connecting with Bluetooth 4.0. The controller features dual analogue sticks, an eight way d-pad, four buttons and two shoulder triggers.The build is more premium than other gaming controllers that have gone before it. And with a 28-hour battery life it should keep most gamers going for long enough before needing a charge. The controller's power supply is totally separate from the phone and won't charge it.Users can slip a device into the controller's holder; even the likes of the mighty Note 3 is able to fit. Alternatively the controller can be detached, as the phone streams gaming to the big screen at home using Samsung's WatchOn smarts.