Smartphones are taking the entire communication sector by storm. And with their heightened specifications and powerful processors built inside, it's only natural that the new age smartphones are more that equivalent to a modern day PC.
Talking about being equivalent to a PC, the first thing that comes to most people's mind is if the device is also a capable gaming medium. With a number of high end games now heading to smartphones, most will indeed look ahead to make the most out of it via their smartphones.
Not long ago, there was a time when phones were not considered competent enough to tackle handheld gaming. At least compared to gaming consoles like the Sony PlayStation Portable and Nintendo 3DS. But these days, the scenario has completely changed.
A lot depends on the kind of processor the device is carrying inside, or even the operating system it is running. Most of the modern day games require a potentially fast smartphone, and makers are making sure that is the case when a user invests in one.
So if you are into gaming, which are the smartphones that you should be having in you wishlist? Which are the ones that will give you optimum resources to run a game smoothly? We take a closer look at the top 5 in that category.
Sony has been known to deliver some great phone over the past few years via its Xperia range of devices. and the Xperia Z1 Compact comes as just another example of it. If you know by now, the device is now upgradable to the latest KitKat OS, with a quad core processor and 2GB of RAM to help its cause.
HTC has survived a lot of criticisms and failed quaterly profit charts over the years. Maybe that's what inspired the company to come up with a smartphone such as the new HTC One M8 that will be as powerful as effective that money can buy. And as far as gaming is concerned, the smartphone will offer you 2GB RAM with a quad-core 2.3 GHz processor for a smooth flow.
It goes without saying that the Google-made Nexus devices have been the treat of the town for quite some time now. Almost everybody wants to own a unit. Needless to say, the device is massively powerful with its extended processing power and the latest Android KitKat. Gaming is just a small part of its overall brilliance.
LG may not have enjoyed similar fame like its other South Korean smartphone making counterpart Samsung in the business, but it still has a lot to show for with the G2 handset. With its quad core 2260 MHz processor, 2GB of RAM and 3000mAh battery, games like Dead Trigger 2 and Asphalt 8 will always be at your fingertips.
While we discuss all we want about quad core phones available in the market, let's take a moment and check the power of an octa core. Where others are delivering four cores, the Canvas Knight is offering 8 cores to the deal. And when the power of 8 cores meet high-end games, the treat will always be special.