We’re about to get into the meat of the subject, as we try to figure out which smartphone app will have the most potential in terms of gameplay.
For now, the question is whether or not a new Android or iOS version will offer the best gameplay experience.
There are two major factors here, and they are both related to battery life.
Battery life, and how it affects gaming, has always been an important issue for us as gamers, so we’ve always been interested in the potential of any new devices.
So, we wanted to know what the current market-leading smartphone gaming apps offer.
The first of these, in our opinion, is undoubtedly the Sunset Drive.
If you’ve got a 4.5-inch screen with a Snapdragon processor, it’s going to run your games at an amazing 60 frames per second.
If your phone has an Adreno 330 GPU, that will also run games at a blistering 120 frames per minute.
The problem with the Sunset Drive is that, at the time of writing, we haven’t had a chance to test it in the wild, but it does offer a decent experience on our phones.
The other, slightly less obvious, factor that we found to be a major factor in the performance of the Sunset Drives gaming apps is its display resolution.
Most games today run at 1080p on some Android phones, but the new Sunset Drive doesn’t appear to be running on a 4K display at all.
This is a huge issue for gaming, as it means that your games will look a bit blurry and grainy on your phone screen.
We also noticed that the Sunset Drivers games tend to be quite blurry on the new Android phones we’ve tested.
The games, which are available on Android, also tend to run slightly slow.
This means that if you have a 4G LTE phone, you will need to pay for data if you want to play these games on the newer Android phones.
For a full review of the new Nexus 10 and the Galaxy S6, click here.