Best Android Devices for Mobile Gaming
Let’s assume that as a HelloAndroid.com visitor, you most likely like... android devices. Should the assumption deem correct, then you likely value superior graphics and UX when it comes to your tablet, phablet or smartphone, all of which most definitely are run with advanced mobile graphics and processing chips. And with such innovative technology in place, mobile gaming at its best can take place. So if you’re wondering what the top android devices for mobile gaming are out there, here’s a solid round up.
This android phone is one of the pioneers for QHD display, meaning it boasts 2560 x 1440 resolution (4 times the number of pixels on a 720p display). In terms of mobile gaming, the LG G3 generates stunning graphics and life-like colors with loud and clear sound, perfect for an immersive experience. Your favorite mobile hobby becomes even more optimize due to power the G3’s quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor produces. The LG G3 is at the forefront of innovation and is one device you can trust to provide some of the greatest technological functioning out there.
If you’re a long-distance gamer, the NVIDIA Shield has some of the greatest stamina in the running pack. Although the smaller resolution of 720p is a tradeoff compared to other advanced mobile gaming devices, it is also a part reason as to why the Shield can last for five hours of solid gameplay on one charge. Additionally, it has the best frame rate (60 fps) by a landslide when put to gaming test in the field of competitors. Last but not least, owners of the Shield have the ability to remotely stream games from a PC to the tablet, which indirectly grows the pool of games its owner has access to.
Google Nexus 9
Compared to the overall android market of mobile gaming devices, the Nexus 9 is about 140% more powerful in general. This tablet, made by the genius and giant of technology, Google, also houses a larger screen at 8.9 inches, for a larger-than-life mobile gaming experience, not to mention, it generates supreme graphics. All aforementioned factors make the perfect combination for the ultimate gaming to take off.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4
The future of mobile gaming is here, and it lies in the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Aside from its 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display to serve some of the clearest, brightest and most captivating visuals, it also works as an attachment to the Oculus Rift Gear VR headset for all virtual reality purposes. That’s right, gamers, you can now have virtual reality within your phone, so look no further than the Galaxy Note 4.
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HTC One M9
For gamers that like to turn it up a notch, meet the HTC One M9, equipped with the signature HTC BoomSound and Dolby Audio. The smartphone produces optimized sound, recreating the 5.1 surround-sound effect to deliver true left and right channel audio for a cinematic experience that is the essence of gaming.
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The Droid Turbo by Motorola, with its 2.7 GHz quad-core processor and 5.2-inch Quad HD display that packs 565 pixels per inch, wins in terms of battery life. To keep gaming going all day and all night long, this device only needs a 15-minute charge to provide 8 hours of use (aka – gaming). At its full charge, this gadget holds a 48-hour battery life. Last, the Corning Gorilla Glass 3 screen makes it truly fit for gaming on the go because it protects it from water, spills and weather for some hardcore gaming to ensue.
With all the hustle and bustle in the tech arena, now you know some of the best droid devices for your most favorite leisure activity. Choose to your liking and enjoy the super immersive journey you’re about to embark on.
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