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Game on the go with these five smartphones

3 April, 2020 Smartphones

 



As the expansion and development of technology continues, mobile phones are now capable of doing anything and everything. Once just a contact outlet, smartphones have developed into a small computer, enabling gaming at the touch of a button. 


Whether that be shooter games like COD or gambling platforms like Fansbet Casino, the smartphone can do it all at the touch of your fingertips. 


Of course, not every mobile phone can do this, so, just which handset should you look out for gaming on the go?

Apple iPhone XR

It's remarkable that Apple has just one phone on this list, but the iPhone XR is the only iOS platform worthy of a spot. A super-powerful processor and powerful graphics performance really do bring gaming to life, and a 6.1-inch LCD screen enhances this experience.


Of course, the iOS games library differs somewhat to the Android store, so you can pick up games with the XR that would otherwise be unavailable. And, at £519 it is not the most expensive gaming smartphone out there.

Asus ROG Phone

Asus do about everything just right with their ROG Phone for it to be considered a gaming smartphone. A large memory and a powerful and quick processor enables smooth gaming, and, a customised incase cooling regulation, ensures this smooth gaming lasts for hours.


A 6-inch screen and high refresh rate enhances the immersion whilst the AirTrigger sensors that come with it are sensitive enough to categorically improve in-game action control. At £539.99 it may empty your wallet or purse, but it would be worth it.


Huawei Mate 20 Pro

The Huawei Mate 20 Pro brings gaming to life with a fast processor and large storage as its enormous battery enables a day's worth of gaming. How well a mobile runs is often the first point of call for a gamer, but the Mate's smooth running ensures no complaints whatsoever.


Because the Mate is not actually listed as a gaming phone, it still does the job as a normal smartphone incredibly well. Mobile photography, for example, is of a very high standard. Priced at under £400, the Mate is also the cheapest phone on this list.

OnePlus 7 Pro

A gaming phone in all but name, the OnePlus 7 Pro is a gaming extravaganza. Curved etches and no notch give the Pro a superb feel, whilst the addition of Dolby Atmos-compatible stereo speakers provide the user with brilliant audio and an even better performance.


The Pro possesses a picture quality to die for as the upgraded Gaming Mode comes into its own, but a high refresh rate completes the Pro, ensuring the phone is compatible with the most intense games. And, you can fully immerse yourself in the Pro with the ability to block notifications and calls whilst playing.


Priced at over £500, however, the Pro is not exactly cheap.


Razer Phone 2

 

A normal smartphone turned into an incredible piece of gaming equipment, the Razer Phone 2 stands out immediately for the gamer.


The Razer 2 is able to support any game or casino slot on the Android market due to its increased power from the original Razer, and, with a brighter screen, louder speakers and an enhanced cooling apparatus, the 2 really does improve the gaming experience.


It also operates as an impressive phone, with a dual-lens high-resolution camera and improved water resistance providing the basic necessities. Its price, however, is far from basic as the Razer 2 will set you back nearly £780, making it a heavy investment.


 


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