Best Android Phones for Gaming

Hey everybody, welcome back to my computers and electronics blog. I hope you are all enjoying your February so far, it's been a little too hot for me. I have been trying to stay in the shade whenever possible, and doing that I have had the chance to play a lot more games on my phone. I decided to get into mobile gaming, and found some different android phones at really low prices on so I was able to find out what the best phone for mobile gaming is. If you are a mobile gaming fan like me, check out this list below about the top android phones for mobile gaming.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

The Galaxy S7 by Samsung is pretty much the most powerful smartphone on the market. Powered by the Snapdragon 820 processor, 4 gigabytes of RAM and the Adreno 530 graphics processor this phone can more than handle the demanding games on your list. The phone is of course very expensive so the best option for finding this is to buy a used version online, I found that has the best prices. It may be a good idea to wait a little bit if you want one of these, as the S8 release should make the price drop.

Galaxy S7

Nexus 6p

If you combine a low price, powerful hardware and full panoramic views you get the Nexus 6p. With a slightly less powerful processor and GPU then the Galaxy S7 it still manages to stay within spitting distance, and with the 5.7 inch AMOLED screen it looks stunning. The price point is where this phone makes its best impression; $450 in store. That's $300 less than the S7, and if you can find a cheap pre-owned Nexus 6p (try then you will be laughing.

Nexus 6-

HTC 10

If you like to play your games with the volume up to 11, this is the phone for you. The company has been known for their audio in recent years and they upped that for the HTC 10. The speakers have been moved around, with only one front facing speaker. Another speaker is located on the phone base and is used for high driving bass. Check out more info on the HTC webpage.

OnePlus X

While is is running a processor from 3 years ago, the OnePlus X catches your eyes instead with its low price tag. Of course it can’t compete with the beasts of 2016, but for under $200 who can ask it to? The phone is still capable of achieving 40 fps on an Unreal benchmark test, which is plenty for games like Terraria (that I reviewed previously).

OnePlus X

Make your pick!

There are some great phones to choose from if you are an android gamer, so make a choice. Mobile gaming has grown so much in the past couple years, if you didn’t like the clunkiness before you might enjoy the new phones that handle better. Thanks for reading, and if you are new then please take the time to read my last post about wi-fi appliance. Take care.