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Which smartphone is best suited for gaming?

It seems like people are doing more and more all the time on their mobile phones – some of which we probably wish they weren’t doing. Gaming is one of the non-dodgy activities though, and the best smartphones make it a great way to play them.

Thesmartphones2013 LG Google Nexus 5

If you have a general sort of interest in gaming, rather than a specific passion in one kind, this is the smartphone of your dreams. It has a 4.95-inch HD screen with super-impressive 445-ppi pixel density, ensuring everything from arcade to online casino games look great on it – while the quad-core processor with 2.3 GHz means it has the power to cope with any game.

The LG G2

This is the smartest smartphone to pick if you want to play those games that take longer – such as poker – because it has a great 3000mAh battery. The G2 also excels in other areas though, as the 5.2-inch LCD touch screen with 424-ppi, means even the most impressive games from a graphics point of view (like Arcade ones), look good on it.

The Sony Xperia Z1S

Of course, not everyone has time for this sort of in-depth gaming. Angry Birds and online casino favourites like slots which you can find for smartphones through sites like are popular because you can easily squeeze them into spare moments during the day, and this is the smartphone to do that on. It is built to be impervious to the likes of dust and water – making it perfect to carry around with you – and it offers the storage space (32GB) to be able to fill your phone with such games.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3

If you’ve got the sort of gaming budget to be able to go for the very best – this smartphone’s 5.7-inch 1080p Super AMOLED screen is just about heaven from a games point of view. It is matched by power, with the Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, and a really impressive 3GB RAM means you have plenty of gaming memory too.

The iPhone 6

This is the phone to go with if having the biggest selection of games is what matters to you most. Apart from the 64-bit processor, it isn’t a match for Android phones in technical terms, but they don’t let you get into the App Store.


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