Foxtrot2Novmbr, 26 Feb 2020For those who wants to use a smartphone for more than 4 years or so. Not all of us are antique collectors or buyers.
PangHu, 26 Feb 2020Seeing your regular insult with Apple products in other posts, and I'll tell you why gaming ph... moreIt sounds to me like you have never used a gaming phone before...? And the S10 is no match for a gaming phone. Neither are iPhones...
I encourage you to use or try a gaming phone.
And then revise your statement.
And no. Even GSMArena is fully aware of the momentum and increasing popularity of gaming phones. I think Asia they are more popular...
The west probably because of lack of knowledge or Apple marketing brainwashing. Some people will never know the magic of a gaming phone... :-)...
I have personally compared my red magic 3s to my friends iPhone 11 Pro and my friend who is a level 3 certified Apple techy with his iPhone 11 Pro max...
Neither come close to the gaming phones overwhelming superiority.
We are not just on about graphics... And I have never heard of lag on a gaming phone... It doesn't exist on gaming phones...
But our magic goes even beyond stunning graphics...
There is way more than our refresh screen rates and crazy 240hz touch... There is way more to that my dear acquaintance...
There is no way a 60hz iPhone with 120hz touch can even dream of coming close to a gaming phone...
Its game over for iPhones...
Its game on for use gamers with specific gaming phones...
Game on, gamer.
1st place... Always... Forever.
MagicMonkeyBoy, 26 Feb 2020That is completely your choice. And that is the good thing about Android phones. You have that... moreSeeing your regular insult with Apple products in other posts, and I'll tell you why gaming phones are quite obsolette:
1. There are very few games in the Play Store that supports 120fps, ex. Shadowgun Legends, COD Mobile (maybe), Dead Trigger 2. Even the very demanding PUBG Mobile caps at 60fps. Not to mention that the mechanics of the games makes you want to consider a gaming PC instead.
2. Gaming phones lose a lot of value, surprisingly has limited aftersales and service support. Look at ROG Phone, many users regret buying it because of this. Reliability is also an issue. Your RM3s can catch dust easily, and it can damage the internals in the long run.
3. You only care about Antutu benchmark, Antutu gives priority to Chinese phones. Tell me why ROG Phone 2 scores lower than the Vivo NEX 3 and iQoo Neo? Strange, isn't it? I expect NEX 4 to beat ROG Phone 3 and nubia RM 5G, then.
4. You had mentioned an iPhone 11 Pro Max in the past that can't run PUBGM at max graphics. Unfortunately already knew a user running a standard iP 11 at HDR Extreme, with no stuttering and lag at all. There is only minor heat build-up, but not enough to cause frame drops. Even with antialiasing turned on, the phone can still handle it anyway. This is much better than my S10 Exynos only capable of running smooth extreme without antialiasing (set at HD resolution only) and still stutters occasionally. Even iPhone XR can handle HD Extreme easily. iPhone XR also has no lag at all in COD Mobile at very high graphics and antialiasing.
Seems there you insult iPhones when your RM3s isn't even better than my S10 Exynos except gaming performance, even a Mi 10 Pro can beat your phone easily.
Love the Community, 26 Feb 2020Eeew, dongles! I refuse to use such a thing that Apple invented. Headphone audio splitters, ye... moreYou can get an adapter with a dedicated DAC for higher sound quality, want it built in and you have to buy LG
should i wait for 865+ or gamble my future with this lame arse 865??....i planned to buy me self a phone on november this year or i should wait for 1nm Snapdragon 885+++ ultra 7G
X User, 26 Feb 2020Yes, gaming phones have late software support but I never feel that I missed out on anything i... moreExactly. I am perfectly fine with that. As long as all my apps are upto date. I don't mind.
PangHu, 26 Feb 2020Sorry to say but most gaming phones (including Razer Phone) lack software support or has poor ... moreZenfone 6 already got February security patch and got android 10 back in late October.
PangHu, 26 Feb 2020Sorry to say but most gaming phones (including Razer Phone) lack software support or has poor ... moreYes, gaming phones have late software support but I never feel that I missed out on anything important by getting it late. Just my opinion though.
MagicMonkeyBoy, 26 Feb 2020That is completely your choice. And that is the good thing about Android phones. You have that... moreI TOTALLY agree with you!!! I am using the International version of ROG 2. Please do not tell me to get back a conventional Android phone. It is impossible. The temperature stays consistent with very little thermal throttling. Don't get me wrong, there are good flagships around but really hard to go back once you step into gaming phone territory. Provided you used all of the "Gaming" techs built-in.
Lenovo Legion Gaming phone sounds supper cool.
I wonder what new it will brings.
Anonymous, 26 Feb 2020Wait for Snapdragon 875 with ARM Matterhorn cores and integrated X60 Modem875 rumored to support 240hz refresh rate and 360hz - 420+ touch sampling... And way, and way more...
MagicMonkeyBoy, 26 Feb 2020Certainly. Aliexpress has a USB-C with a USB-C output with a 3.5mm jack female socket integrat... moreEeew, dongles! I refuse to use such a thing that Apple invented. Headphone audio splitters, yes but dongles, I rather buy a badly supported flagship with 3.5mm port than to use this.
If the 865 is not powerful enough... Then just hang onto the 865+ :-)
865 + an energy drink.
Love the Community, 26 Feb 2020Adapter? What adapter? RoG Phones have two USB-C ports which is a must have for every phon... moreCertainly. Aliexpress has a USB-C with a USB-C output with a 3.5mm jack female socket integrated. So you can charge and listen to music at the same time. From just one usbc port.
MagicMonkeyBoy, 26 Feb 2020You can buy an adapter. Adapter? What adapter?
RoG Phones have two USB-C ports which is a must have for every phones out there. If they want to remove the jack, fine and at least, USB-C headphones will soon be a thing as long as phones like the RoG Phone has two of them to charge and listen at the same time.