The Three Best Gaming Smartphones
Gaming on smartphones has become an increasingly popular trend, with many players shifting from consoles and computers to their smartphones. In general, everything seems to be shifting from desktop versions to mobile apps, whether it’s watching movies, or playing video-games, playing online casinos and roulette, betting on sports, working and obviously scrolling through social media.
If you’re interested in a more advanced gaming experience, though, you might need a competitive device to meet the requirements of the latest titles at max resolution.
Here are the five best gaming smartphones on the market, or soon to be launched, that money can buy.
1 – Asus ROG Phone
Although not yet on the market, it will undoubtedly be the most powerful device when it comes out sometime later this year. 6’’ AmoLED display, 90Htz with 1ms response time. Snapdragon 845 with 8 GB RAM and an unprecedented 512 GB storage. The device is designed in order not to overheat and to allow players to connect a series of additional devices to improve their gaming experience.
It’s probably going to go for about 1000$.
2 – Razer Phone
Cheaper 750$ alternative, already on the market and destined to become a bit cheaper with rumors of Razer 2 about to be launched, this might be your best bet, if you don’t need to have the latest alternative on the market. 5,7’’ Display, 2K, 120 Hz. Snapdragon 835 with 8GB of RAM. Just 64 GB of storage, but you can easily expand it with sd cards.
3 – Xiaomi Black Shark
At 600$, this is a real best buy until Razer Phone’s price decreases a bit. Snapdragon 835 with 8 GB of RAM and 64 GB of Storage. Nothing short of the more expensive Razer Phone in terms of stats, with a bigger 6’’ display, though it doesn’t reach 2K and doesn’t have a frequency of 120 Hz.
Still, also thanks to its intriguing design and outstanding 4000 mAh battery, it really is your best bet if you want to spend a little less (still spending quite a bit, though, to be honest). What’s best about, though, is the possibility to connect the Shark Gamepad, with 150 mAh autonomous battery, in order to have a joystick that could seriously improve your gaming experience.