To have a gaming mobile is to carry a portable console with you. With each new release, these teams have managed to get a great performance. Also, a gaming phone is different from a regular phone. Ideally, users should verify the consistency between the specs of the equipment and the specs of the video game to be downloaded.
Malvinas Gaming player Anthony Correa told El Comercio: “The most important thing when buying one of these mobiles is the power in RAM, a processor that can handle games, battery life capacity and the level of graphics that can support the phone.”
Gaming phones are those that offer these features as well as custom phones like enhanced vibration and cooling, as well as customizable gaming modes. One of the top models right now is the Asus ROG Phone 6D Ultimate, a remarkable gaming phone. Highlights include the power of the MediaTek Dimension 9000+ processor and up to 16GB of RAM, as well as a display with a 165Hz refresh rate. It has a 6.78-inch display and is powered by two front-facing speakers. The device has a 6,000 mAh battery and up to 65 W fast charging.
In second place is Black Shark 5 ProOffering optimum performance with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor and 12 GB RAM, as well as a 144 Hz refresh rate.
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On the list is the Nubia Red Magic 7, which offers some special features. With its 6.8-inch large screen and 165 Hz refresh rate, the phone promises to handle fast movements every time. Just like its predecessor, the device has a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor.
In fourth place is Black Shark 4 Pro. Like other gaming phones, it has built-in triggers that can be customized as needed. With its 6.67-inch Super AMOLED display, it is an option with pretty good image quality. It also has a Snapdragon 888 processor that keeps the video game action steady.
Finally, Lenovo has its first gaming phone. Legion Phone Duel combines the features of its competitors with the Snapdragon 865 Plus processor.
The best phones designed for gaming have already been suggested. But these teams that are so specialized may be impractical in the day-to-day use that a traditional cell phone can provide. Even Anthony Correa explained that he doesn’t have a specialist team, but instead a team that offers the same features but is less advanced. “I play with an iPhone 13 Pro Max, which is not a gaming phone but supports games and serves as my daily mobile. In my opinion, the advantage of my mobile phone will be its RAM memory, the ability to play the video game I play (…) in the highest modes and its refresh rate. I took that into account when purchasing,” explains Correa. If you’re a mobile gamer and want your mobile phone to be the one you use on a daily basis, consider these kits.
The first is the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. Its features are essential for a few hours of gaming in addition to being used as a regular smartphone. It has a 6.8-inch AMOLED display with a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz depending on the situation. Like the mobile phones in the previous list, the device is equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, which means that the user can uninstall any game they want.
(We recommend: Microsoft launches mini PC for developing apps on Windows)Another team is the Oppo Find X5, which has a 6.7-inch AMOLED panel with the same refresh rate and processor as the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
In third place is the OnePlus 10 Pro with a 6.7-inch 2K AMOLED display that is useful for both gaming and streaming. It is also powerful thanks to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip. It also includes a cooling system like custom phones.
The Poco F4 GT is also an ideal mobile phone. It has a 6.67 inch AMOLED display and a refresh rate that can support multiple smooth gaming sessions.
Finally, there’s the upgraded gear to the one Correa wears. iPhone 14 Pro Max. It has a wide variety of video games that you can enjoy on its 6.7 inch 2,796 x 1,290 screen in the App Store.
One of these teams is recommended only if the user has the option of getting a phone that performs both the traditional functions of a phone and also supports long game play.
“Obviously, the ideal in the best-case scenario is to have two phones: one traditional and one for gaming. But it’s also good to have these options. Phones are expensive and not everyone can have more than one phone. So, try the cell phones you’re going to get and check if the game is running at maximum without any malfunctions or slowdowns,” says Anthony.
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According to Menkian Molina, an expert in game technology and founder of the Nuevowevo online store, the ideal RAM for a computer “depends on the type of game; most ‘consumers’ are usually racers and shooters. But in general it’s between 6 and 8 GB to be comfortable”. In terms of processors, he says you should see generations: “Snapdragon 700 and 800 series tend to perform better.” It also recommends MediaTek processors.
Talking about the appropriate screen resolution, he says: “I always prefer 1080, but the higher the better.” Take the recommended mobile phone resolutions as a reference point. Regarding the battery, Molina calls for “having a good balance between capacity and charging speed. Today, a mobile phone should have fast charging and (battery) at least 4,500 mAh. “There are computers with triggers like the Asus ROG, the Poco F4 or the Black Shark; they are very convenient and programmable (…) and provide more comfort when playing”.
In terms of storage, there are 2 related technology standards, UFS and eMMC, which “helps load and download games faster and mobile phone use feels smoother in terms of performance” (… .). A reasonable storage capacity is 250GB, but it’s something to do with the usage given to it.
Another vital factor – in progress – is the cooling of the processor and battery. There are devices with liquid or air cooling technology, special copper heatsinks and carbon parts to ensure that it does not heat up too quickly and is better dispersed. There are also mobile phones with extra accessories such as fans,” he said. We recommend that you do not put too strong protectors on the mobile phone to avoid overheating, and that “good quality of the equipment’s screen; AMOLED is usually what one is looking for”.
Molina also talks about the mobile phone’s touch sampling rate (sampling frequency), measured in Hz: “That’s how long it takes to recognize touch. The faster this frequency, the shorter the time between the touch and the recording of the action”.
But Molina concludes that investing in a gaming mobile is a decision that largely depends on each player’s economy, because “they may not be bought for the Latino market.” The best way to buy a good cell phone is to compare brands and prices and buy online.
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