It might be slow and often overshadowed, but the expansion of the mobile gaming niche is definitely strong and steady. Thankfully, we're now past the point of just slapping a "gaming" badge on any old handset and calling it a day.
Catering to a demanding crowd takes actual innovation and tangible improvements. Something that is often hard to balance with a sensible price tag, as made painfully obvious by ultimate devices, like the Asus ROG Phone II.
A tough challenge for sure, but not an insurmountable one. Vivo's iQOO sub-brand has been trying its best to achieve just that over the last year or so. The iQOO 3 is the latest product in the line. We had the pleasure of getting some hands-on time with it at today's India launch event and already have a few early impressions to share.
Im in the same position as you I am thinking black shark 3 pro cuz of the triggers and battery but if theres some good phone with 665and 5000 mAh for a cheaper price I might consider that one
what do you mean?
Lost me at 60hz