Smartphone technology is advancing and these days you can do anything from playing music to games on them. If you prefer the latter, these are the top five smartphones for everything from online casino games at sites like MobileCasinoCanada.ca to 300: Seize Your Glory with its cutting-edge graphics.
This £479 phone has a quad-core processor for super-smooth performance, and also gives you a 5.5-inch screen – ideal for anything from 300: Seize Your Glory to online blackjack. The Li-lon 3000 mAh battery is also strong so the only real problem with this phone is the price.
If you want an affordable smartphone with decent specs, this £229 will suit. Again the screen is 5.5 inches, and the 1080 x 1920 pixel density ensures size is matched by image sharpness. The processor is the same model as you get with the LG G3, as is the Adreno 330 graphics processor, making this a fine phone at a fine price.
The screen on this Motorola phone is smaller (5.2 inches) but still big enough for anything from online poker to Dead Trigger 2. Further this screen is Super AMOLED for crystal clear image quality, while the Krait 400 and Adreno 300 CPU and GPU respectively deliver superb performance. Unfortunately, at around £450 it is not cheap.
This £249 Huawei smartphone has an even smaller screen (5 inches) but has other fine specs. The pixel density of 1080 x 1920 is very good, while there is a quad-core processor of 1.7 GHz for decent power. You can also store up to 32GB of games, while the Li-Po 3100 mAh battery is very long lasting – perfect for online poker.
HTC Desire Eye
The 5.2-inch screen is fine for the graphics of Dead Trigger 2 and 300: Seize Your Glory – especially when combined with 1080 x 1920 pixel density. It also has the excellent Krait 400 and Adreno 330 processing and graphics chips for fast, smooth gaming performance. On the downside, there is only 16GB memory, although the £399 price is okay.
All five of these are marvellous gaming phones, but the OnePlus One is excellent and also highly affordable.