Since we saw PowerA’s Moga Pro controller at CES earlier this year, the company has shown that it’s keen to evolve its product line based on early adopter feedback. Its two latest Bluetooth Android controllers — the Moga Pro Power and the more petite Moga Hero Power — bring some added functionality to PowerA’s lineup while building on the successes (and shortcomings) of the previous iterations. In addition to enhanced ergonomics and an improved grip, Moga’s newest offerings also boast multiplayer support and the ability to charge your phone while you play. The latter might be PowerA’s ace in the hole, but do the upgrades make for an even better mobile gaming experience? Read on to find out.