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Top Android Smartphones For Gaming

The technology powering smartphones has advanced tremendously and these devices can be employed for everything from working to gaming. This could either be a simple game at MobileCasinoCanada.ca mobile blackjack or graphics-rich puzzle games like the Room Two. These are the top android smartphones for gaming.

Honor 6

This is a smartphone that provides you with top gaming specs at a very decent price, including an HD display measuring 5 inches (resolution of 1080 x 1920) ensuring those atmospheric Room Two visuals look their best. It also has a more than decent battery (a Li-Po 3100 mAh one) and up to 3 GB of internal storage space.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Samsung-Galaxy-Note-4-vs-LG-G3-01The 5.7-inch Super AMOLED screen, with 16M colours and excellent 1440 x 2560 resolution are strong points. This means it is one of the very best smartphones for viewing everything from an arcade games to HD games or movies. Furthermore, the quad-core Krait 2.7 GHz CPU and Adreno 420 GPU mean that performance is great as well. It is however on the more expensive side of the spectrum so think carefully before you make that decision.

HTC One (2013)

This is a comfortably-sized smartphone to hold, at 137.4 x 68.2 x 9.3 mm and 143 g, making it a great choice for those who like games that last longer putting less strain on your hands compared to the bigger competitors. However, it is expensive and the 4.7-inch screen may be too small for those who value the visual side of gaming.

Google Nexus 5

Nexus-5-ScreenThis is another more affordably priced phone, and the 4.95-inch HD screen is pretty decent for that budget. You can get up to 32 GB of storage, so there will be plenty of room for all your favourite games, and the Krait 400 GHz CPU and Adreno 330 CPU also deliver when it comes to smooth, fast performance.

LG G3

The screen on this smartphone is 5.5 inches with resolution of 1440 x 2560 resolution, putting at the high end visually, and it can be upgraded to Android 5.0 Lollipop OS. Both CPU and GPU are fine as well, but a negative is the mere 16 GB storage space.

These are all solid gaming smartphones, but if you can afford it, the Galaxy Note 4 is the very best for now but you can always look up to what Samsung have up their sleeves for the next Galaxy Note model.

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