Mobile devices allow gamers to play a range of casino games in the comfort of their own homes. After all, who wants to have to sit at their desk when they get home too? But you can’t just pick up an iPhone 4S, a Nokia Lumia or a Galaxy Nexus and start streaming the best casino games. No, there are some smartphones more equal than others in this genre.
Razer Phone 2
This is the second generation of gaming smartphones from Razer. This one has a screen resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels (compared to the iPhone XR of 828 x 1792), all contained in a 5.7-inch screen. It has a screen refresh rate of 120Hz, meaning faster, quicker and more responsive games do not suffer from any lag.
Gaming benefits also come in the form of wireless charging and scratch-free Corning Gorilla Glass, so no interruption from loss of power or through general mobile phone screen neglect either. It beams 50 percent brighter than its predecessor too.
It has added Dolby Atmos dual speakers that are louder than ever before, 8GB of RAM (5 more than an iPhone) and a processor designed not to overheat in the middle of either a Fortnite induced raid or a lengthy spell of Age of the Gods jackpot slots thanks to its new Vapor Chamber cooling system
OnePlus 7 Pro
If you are looking for a big screen to capture the special effects and bonus rounds from the latest online roulette games like Age of the Gods Roulette, Dragon Jackpot Roulette and Frankie Dettori’s Jackpot Roulette, then the Oneplus 7 Pro has one of the biggest screens, coming in at 6.67 inches. It also has one of the biggest batteries too (4000mAh), meaning all day gaming on a single charge; no sudden loss of power just before you trigger the progressive AOTG jackpot worth 100,000 credits.
The latest games feature some of the most elaborate jackpot feature rounds anywhere and require some powerful processing power to keep up with the smooth graphics that games designers want you to experience. The latest OnePlus phone has up to 12MB RAM and has storage up to 256GB. It employs the same Dolby Atmos sound system as the Razer does so, when you switch on the Gaming Mode (yes, it has a gaming mode), picture quality is enhanced, calls are blocked and you are free to immerse yourself at the live casino table, or somewhere in the Grand Theft Auto-verse carjacking to your heart’s desire. Up to you.
Asus ROG Phone
Asus are better known for creating gaming laptops and PCs but don’t discount their mobile offering, which contains some of the most powerful specifications in this lineup. It has some clever features for gaming, like the charging and audio ports located on the side, making it easier to view the gaming tables in landscape mode.
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However, its most impressive feature has to be the console-controller gaming controls on the outside of the phone and its array of gaming accessories. They call these controls their Air Trigger sensors (because your movement on them triggers their activation). While it takes a little getting used to, controlling the in-game action becomes more natural in this way. It uses the same Snapdragon 845 processor as the Razor but doesn’t quite have the same screen refresh rate at 90Hz. It is still bullish enough to ensure lag-free visuals while the roulette spins in glorious HD graphics, however.
So, while you might be thinking that your existing phone can handle the latest interactive gameware, if you are serious enough about it, you might want to start thinking about getting something a bit more gaming-focused. Because gaming phones are out there, waiting for you.