How do the specifications of a smartphone enable a better gaming experience?

Despite the advantages that tablets offer from a gaming point of view, smartphones are still the devices that most people use to play games like arcade and online casino ones. One of the best gaming ones out there in 2014 is the Sony Xperia Z1S, which offers a particularly good experience if your games of choice are rapid fire ones like slots at or Angry Birds. It offers 32GB of internal storage space, which means you can add lots of these games to it without concerns that you will run out of space, while the 5-inch screen display and pixel density of 442-ppi ensure that the games are clear and easy to see.

However, there are those smartphone gamers who prefer to play the kinds of games that take longer – for example live poker at an online casino or a role-playing game. For these the G2 smartphone from LG will be a better pick, because it offers a longer battery lifespan
(3000mAh) than most smartphones. The 5.2-inch screen is also one of the biggest you can get with a phone, which is another real advantage for poker play, when you have to follow both your cards and the live feed, if you want to stay on top of the game.


A smartphone able to handle the ever richer and more detailed graphics featured in everything from role-playing to arcade and casino games these days is another real must – and perhaps the best smartphone for that is the Google Nexus 5. The 445-ppi pixel density and 1080 x 1920 image resolution ensures ever type of game is crystal clear on this phone. Indeed it can be argued that the Nexus 5 puts all the best elements of a gaming smartphone together in one great package, as it also offers 32GB internal storage and 2GB RAM memory. It may not have the individually strongest specifications, but it is the strongest gaming phone overall.