Top 3 Gaming Smartphones and What to Play on Them

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When you talk about mobile gaming people tend to become skeptical. The reason is that mobile gaming hasn’t evolved to be what most people were hoping for. Since the Nokia N-Gage people have been hoping for a phone that can replace handheld consoles. Most people would agree that it hasn’t gone too well in that respect, but things might be about to change.

Some companies are pushing towards more serious mobile gaming, a welcomed trend among consumers.

The obvious mobile gaming device of 2019 is the Razer phone 2. Razer is known for making hardcore gaming gear and high-quality devices.

Razer claims it’s the only phone on the market with a 120hz refresh rate. The 4.7” screen has a resolution of 1440×2560. The Razer Phone 2 also features an improved cooling system inside the chassis, which means the Snapdragon 845 processor and 8GB of RAM can really get to work without overheating becoming a problem on the phone.

The ASUS ROG Phone is a major challenger in the mobile gaming device market.

It has the same processor as the Razer phone 2. The screen is 6-inch screen running at a refresh rate of 90Hz. The resolution is lower at 1080 x 2160 pixels. The ROG phone also features a special case designed for optimal cooling. Arguably this phone might perform better than the Razer phone, however you could just get the Razer phone and turn down the resolution so my bet is not on the ROG phone.

There are actually more serious games available for Android phones than you might think. You can run emulators and even serious shooters.
For an idea of what emulators are available I recommend you to check out Top 35 Best emulators for android 2019.
And if you’re ready to try some FPS games have a look at 10 best FPS games for Android. And good luck with the touch screen controls.

If you happen to be into serious gambling apps I urge you to read the Royal Ace Casino review. Casino apps are clearly evolving into something that actually resembles bringing a casino along with you in your pocket.

Good luck with your smartphone gaming ventures!