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TOP GAMING PHONES

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Beyond any reasonable doubt, phones have become a major means of entertainment, as everyone has different reasons and purpose for getting or using a smartphone. Aside those differences, its obvious that games are a major attraction on smartphones these days.

So if you are considering going real “mobile” on games and entertainment and not forgetting to “man” up your budget, here are some hot picks you should consider:

Nubia Red Magic 3

The latest flagship from the former ZTE sub-brand’s gaming line device packs a Snapdragon 855 processor, 8GB to 12GB of RAM, 128GB to 256GB internal mem. and a 5,000mAh battery with 27 watt fast charging that makes it deliver great gaming performance and better than average endurance. Its got a 6.65-inch OLED screen and a “built in” cooling fan.

The Red Magic 3 isn’t perfect, as it only offers a single rear camera (48MP IMX586), compared to other rival devices that offer telephoto or depth cameras. Other noteworthy specs include a 16MP front-facing shooter, and 8K video recording.

Razer Phone 2

Unlike its predecessor, the Razer Phone, its equipped with more features like an LED logo, wireless charging, and revamped camera setup. Other features includes a 5.72 inches IGZO IPS LCD screen, Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845 processor, 8GB RAM, 64GB internal mem. expandable via TF Car, Dual 12MP/8MP front and back cam, 4,000mAh battery. Although there is the absence of the 3.5mm audio jack, its got Dolby Atmos stereo speakers which produces great sound.

XIAOMI BLACK SHARK 2

Xiaomi’s impressive Black Shark gaming phone has brought even more to the table, with an upgrade from the Snapdragon 845 to 855, and at incredibly affordable price. Available globally, the phone has a Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB to 12GB of RAM, and 128GB to 256GB fixed storage, 6.39 inch notch-free OLED screen, 48MP and 12MP telephoto back camera with 20MP front cam. 4,000mAh battery backup.

OnePlus 7 Pro

Although this one isn’t branded as a gaming device, but it certainly packs a couple of features that make it suitable for gaming. A 6.67-inch Fluid AMOLED screen, Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB to 12GB RAM, 128GB to 256GB internal storage, Triple back cam. 48MP, 8MP, 16MP (wide, telephoto and ultrawide) and Motorized pop-up 16 MP front cam. 4000mAh battery.

Asus ROG Phone 2

With a great design and features, this represents a rather notable leap for gaming phones. This second gen device has a 120Hz 6.59 inches screen, Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, 256GB, 512BG, 1TB internal mem. with 12GB RAM, 48 and 13MP back camera with 24MP front cam. 6000mAh battery.

Other phones worth checking out includes:

Huawei Mate 20 X

Positoned as a gaming phone, it packs a 7.2 inches OLED screen, Kirin 980 chipset, 128GB 6GB RAM, 256GB 8GB RAM (also expandable via Nano Memory card), 40MP, 20MP, 8MP back cam, and a 24MP selfie cam, 5000mAh battery.

Galaxy S10 & Note 9

Also featuring on the list are Samsung’s galaxy S10 series and Note 9, these power packed devices comes with enough mem. size (varying from 128GB-1TB) expandable via TF card and 6GB-12GB, coupled with Samsungs Exynos 9810/Snapdragon 845 (Note 9), or Exynos 9820/ Snapdragon 855 (S10 series), 6.4 inches(Note 9), 5.8, 6.1 and 6.4-inch(S10+,S10 and S10e) Super AMOLED screen, Great rear and front cams, and great battery backup.

Other considerable phones includes:

Huawei Mate 20 Pro
iPhone XS Max & XR
Xiaomi Pocophone F1
Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro
Asus ROG Phone…

No doubt these phones are power packed coupled with other features to take on the heavy effects of most gaming graphics and still have reasonable backup for the day activities. So when looking for the ideal smartphone to showoff power, class and style, think these listed phones.

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Google Stadia soon to launch

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Google’s new streaming platform, goes live in about a month, you’ll be able to sign in starting November 19 and start buying games. Then seconds later you’ll be playing those games because of the way Stadia works, there’s no download necessary.

This upcoming cloud gaming service operated by Google and is integrated with YouTube. Its “state share” feature allows viewers of a Stadia stream to launch a game on the service on the same save state as the streamer. It is said to be capable of streaming video games up to 4K resolution at 60 frames per second with support for high dynamic range, to players via the company’s numerous data centers across the globe, provided they are using a sufficiently high speed Internet connection.

You’ll recieve an email when your Founder’s Edition package is shipped. Some may have gotten the Premiere Edition instead but shipping will happen in the order that pre-orders were received. With both editions you get three months of Stadia Pro and Destiny 2: The Collection, just to try out the Stadia gaming experience before paying for any games.

Pro subscribers will also have access to lots of free games. The Founder’s and Premiere Editions come with the Stadia Controller and a Chromecast Ultra, allowing you to play on your TV. Some keyboards and mouse will be supported too for those seeking a PC gaming experience.

And for those who would love to play on the go, the first phones that support Stadia are the Pixel 3, 3a and 4. Some tablets too (Pixel Slate and Acer Chromebook Tab 10), plus the HP Chromebook X2 laptop. If you have several compatible devices, you’ll be able to switch between them seamlessly in the middle of a game. For more information you can checkout Stadia webpage.

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Google Reveals New Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL Phones

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Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL

Google Reveals New Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL Phones With Impressive Features

At its Made By Google Press Event, Google officially announced the Pixel 4 alongside its larger sibling, the Pixel 4XL.

The phone comes in two sizes, featuring bright 5.7-inch or 6.3-inch OLED displays depending on the model. Both feature 6GB of memory and up to 128 GB of storage and run on Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon processor.

They also have a Google-built “Pixel Neural Core” processor that allows the phones to run complex AI software, such as the new audio recorder which automatically transcribes speech and tags sounds so you can search your recordings for a specific part later on.

Another new software feature was live caption, which provides closed captioning for video podcasts and audio messages across any app. The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL are available for $799 and $899 respectively and come in Just Black, Clearly White and Oh-So-Orange, with an October 24 shipping date.

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