Anonymous, 03 Apr 2020That if you think refresh rate it’s more important than games optimization that android games ... moreiPad will throttle easier than gaming phones and are not egronomic (comfortable to hold) for some people.
But the thing is that many mobile games (ex. PUBG Mobile, Fortnite, Rules of Survival, etc.) are better optimised for ios than Android. Doesn't matter if iPhones throttle easily or capped to 60Hz, but the fact is that some devs have successfully integrated their games well into ios.
Also gaming phones are pointless considering the amount of demanding games in the Play/App Store. There are only a handful of these. Especially demanding, non p2w, Esports mobile games. I can only list a few.
It only makes sense if YouTubers buy gaming phones for livestreaming, but until then gaming phones are pointless.
Not to mention the monetization devs put in compared to PC games.
MagicMonkeyBoy, 03 Apr 2020That's a really good review GSMArena... A bet its a bit difficult to back to a conventional ha... moreAh here we go
The monkey boy reappearing again, how long have you been slaved by gaming developers?
Also I haven't found lots of demanding mobile games in Play Store, App Store, and even Uptodown and Apkpure.
Only PUBG, COD Mobile, and Fortnite? Asphalt 9 is demanding but pay-to-win and littered with ads. Bright Memory Mobile is far from finished. Dragon Raja is another cash cow. Shadowgun Legends is not popular. Happy gaming yes happy wasting money and time. Can't think of more demanding games in the Play Store where gaming phones are useful.
MagicMonkeyBoy, 03 Apr 2020I have refresh rate selector. It's in Game Space though. 60hz or 90hz... Anyway I never use... moreDude, vomiting or not, over 99% of people in 2020 still use only devices with 60Hz displays (the true gamers actually don't need more) and this, of course, is more than enough. Everything equal or over 24FPS (24Hz) is smooth and uninterrupted for the human brain and 60Hz is 2.5 times more than this barrier... As I see you have got experience only with 60Hz PC/TV/phone displays because your words that playing a 60Hz game on a high refresh rate screen would be way better than playing the same game on "surprisingly" the same 60Hz screen are total no sense... I know that from FPV, bro. I have a 90Hz (non-gaming) phone and when I play WoT Blitz or other games capped at 60Hz in the game settings is literally the same - 1/1 the same like playing these games on my 60Hz tablet, my 60Hz Laptop and my 90Hz smartphone but on the 60Hz screen mode in the phone's settings...
aside all gaming options it's benchmarks are just slightly better than x2 pro .
and the Camera with that Huge 1/1.72 sensor is just superb wasn't expecting a good camera on a gaming phone but i am really surprised.
Mediatek sux, 03 Apr 2020What games habe you tried that are still 16:9 on your 19:9 or higher phone? Pubgm, codm, aspha... moreWho has time to game normaly? Or the energy? Kids or people with no real life skills? Also a glass back? TF? China says it want's to reduce their impact on the environment but it's smartphone industry is telling us otherwise. The last time i used a smartphone for less than 3 years was back in 2012, when i replaced my nokia x6 with an i9300. When i check gsma every few days (now every day due to the ccp virus) i'm always frustrated that phones are either: A) glass sandwiches meant for a womans relief rather than a multi electrical sensor tool. B) being designed for alien fingers(or at least proper piano players) and C) having next to no aftermarket support.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2020That if you think refresh rate it’s more important than games optimization that android games ... moreWhat games habe you tried that are still 16:9 on your 19:9 or higher phone? Pubgm, codm, asphalt9, elder scrolls blades, black desert, simole 2d side scrollers and everything else i tried fit perfectly ony 19.5:9.
MagicMonkeyBoy, 03 Apr 2020That's a really good review GSMArena... A bet its a bit difficult to back to a conventional ha... moreThere isnt any 'optimizing' going on other than big heatpipes and fans.
I don't understand why nubia can't make this phone compatible with Verizon network.
Doesn't matter the shortcomings this phone has, bottom line is that price tag it has makes you forget everything else.
Project r.i.p is a fps with 120hz support on mobile.heck its probably the best game when it comes to adjusting graphics,framerate and button mapping on Android,u guys should give it a try when testing gaming phones
MagicMonkeyBoy, 03 Apr 2020I have refresh rate selector. It's in Game Space though. 60hz or 90hz... Anyway I never use... moreThat if you think refresh rate it’s more important than games optimization that android games pearly has it! Games developers of android can’t even developed games with new android phones aspect ratio (yeah very few games it does runs the new aspect ratio), but 90% games comes with old 16:9 aspect ratio to date unlike iPhone that games optimized for iPhone. In case if I want gaming device that can runs with most powerful hardware around I will with new iPad Pro 2020 that runs games with fully 120fps.
I Always loved the nubia gaming device even if i won't lié never owned one
But lets see him against the Rog phone 3 wich i think he is watching all of his "Rivals " and What they offered and What people liked and not
If they do like i'm thinking the Rog 3 should be m'y next phone
But they need to fix the cam its really ....Bad
And dont do like nubia 120hz.. is enough you Can try Oc the cPU to 3.0ghz for first Time in world smartphone History with powerfull Cooling way a
Triple camera with 64mgpx with ois
Second 18mpgx telephoto with ois
13mpgx ultra wide
The jack *_*
5250mha battery and a 6.6 screen with higher PPI density
Better Os and cleaner
MagicMonkeyBoy, 03 Apr 2020I have refresh rate selector. It's in Game Space though. 60hz or 90hz...
Anyway I never use... moreNot for gaming dude. 90Hz refresh rates are great for Social Media and Web browsing but it'd be nice to run 60Hz on the home screen, while on WhatsApp, Youtube Vanced, etc. Just to save a little more on battery.
Either way, I saw the specs for the NA version. They reduced the LTE bands DRASTICALLY for this one and as a T-Mobile customer, it works but it could be better (band 66 is REALLY needed where I live) as well as Sprint's bands now that the 2 have merged together.
Dometalican, 03 Apr 2020Those of us (myself included) that were upset when Nubia reduced the battery capacity saw this... moreI have refresh rate selector. It's in Game Space though. 60hz or 90hz...
Anyway I never use 60hz?
Who still uses 60hz? We are not in the 90's anymore.
90hz screen on a 60hz game is still way better than an iPhone 11 Pro max running a 60hz game with its appalling 60hz screen. - Makes me want to vomit. Sorry.
That's a really good review GSMArena... A bet its a bit difficult to back to a conventional handset for gaming isn't it? :-)
Conventional handsets are just not in the same leagues. And gaming handsets really are beefy in screamingly optimized raw power.
This is a oneplus 8 Pro with Nitro oxide or a supercharger on board.
Happy Gaming! :-)
Those of us (myself included) that were upset when Nubia reduced the battery capacity saw this coming.
If they update the Red Magic 3s with a Refresh Rate selector (because they somehow left that out) and Android 10 for system-wide dark theme, you're better off getting its predecessor if 5G is not anywhere near you.