Gaming is an addictive activity and tech junkies need their smartphones to keep up with their heavy activities. Here is a list of smartphones that can be your best gaming partner.
The wars amongst smartphones is raging this year what with processors and RAM being boosted every year and thanks to this competition the for all of us tech geeks have never been better. Now if you are a true blue gaming fan and are looking for the most unique, powerful or affordable game offerings right now in the tech world then I have good news for you because I have got just the choice for you here. Stick to your seats as I have the best phones for mobile games for you right here. And as I always say you can thank me later.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
There is no doubt that Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is this year’s premium smartphone offering in the market. This new phone has the latest Snapdragon 820 processor, a 4 GB RAM and the Adreno 530 GPU, which means that this smartphone have what it takes to cope with the most strenuous games out there.
However, this new smartphone from is really pricey (that is a downer) but if you really are a gaming junkie, then this device will offer you the ultimate gaming experience available. Moreover, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is a phone that is as future savvy as it can be in the ever evolving world of smartphones- which means you have a phone that will give you top rated performance for two years guaranteed.
The curved edges of the screen and the 5.5 inch screen means you have the best screen view where unsightly bezels dissolve into nothingness giving you a clear view. And we all know that when it comes to viewing quality nobody does it better than the Samsung.
Apart from the near perfect visual heaven, this smartphone is designed to give you superlative gaming experience. The Game Launcher, which is a Samsung-only software feature is an added bonus and it stores and categorizes your games while acting as a gaming centre. The good news does not stop here as the phone employs a floating button arrangement- Game Tool which has varied used to record your game play and block notifications from within any game.
If you are still not convinced, let me inform you that the S7 device is the first smartphone that has the Vulkan API that is all set to be the future of mobile gaming.
The world of smartphone has turned into the war field with cut throat competitions where the most powerful hardware is now available in the budget of the modest buyer. Manufacturers like Xiaomi is now producing smart devices that can easily compete with Apple and Samsung flagships while being half the cost. This is a time where devices that belong to the mid-range category are steadily climbing the ladder and biting at the high-end heels.
The Nexus 6P is one such phone – with a Snapdragon 810 processor, 3 GB RAM, Adreno 430 GPU and a 5.7 –inch AMOLED screen- this phone can compete with Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge any day. Moreover, the stunning looks of this phone also performs admirably and do all this with elan at an impressive price point.
This phone is available to you at around $450 which is $300 less than a Galaxy S7 Edge. This phone is a dream come true for those price-considerate game junkies who like to push the performance through graphically demanding long-haul sessions as Nexus 6P is an unlikely device that will suffer from a slowdown and frame rate drops.
When it comes to loud game play, no one does it better than HTC 10. This is a company that is famous for its Boom Sound, audio and now it has entered the world of gaming like a big daddy with HTC 10. The HTC 10 has stereo speakers just like the previous models but there is an added twist to it as only the top-speaker is front facing. And the bottom speaker now resides on the frame that runs along the base of the phone.
This is a beautiful phone and the specs can easily compete with the likes of Galaxy S7 range. The HTC 10 also has an Adreno 530 GPU along with Snapdragon 820 and a 4 GB RAM. As far as performance is concerned the difference between Galaxy S7 Edge and HTC 10 is barely noticeable.
The one downside of HTC 10 is that it does not have AMOLED display and has a Super LCD 5 technology. The phone looks beautiful, but it cannot compete with the perfection as the Galaxy S7’s display.