Which 2013 Smartphone is the Best for Gaming

Many smartphone users will be gamers to some extent. Some will love the simple scrolling games, others will like those addictive puzzles such as Candy Crush, and many of us now indulge in apps like the online casino. You can try them yourself, just head over to luckynuggetcasino.com and play one of the most popular games out there. It’s worth taking a look then, at which phones are the best for gaming in 2013.

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There are a number of factors to take into account here, and one seems to stand out above all others, which operating platform/app store, offers the best variety and most cutting edge games?

For many of us, the iPhone5, iPhone5s and iPhone5c become the natural choice due to their access to the app store. This makes cutting edge games highly accessible and we mustn’t forget that Apple hardware and software is made with each other in mind, iOS7 runs in compliment to the A7 chip’s strengths and games are designed specifically.

The new 64bit A7 chip runs in conjunction with the M7 chip, making the new iPhone ready for the future, and the interface is as slick as ever. Games will touch swipe and scroll with ease on the new handset.

Android has also brought out some great phones for gaming in the last year. The Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One are arguably the two best looking phones in the world today and their gaming capabilities are superb. The S4 has a 1.9 GHz quad core Snapdragon processor and 2GB RAM allowing graphics to slide along without any lag.

The HTC One markets itself partly on its superb sound capabilities – many modern games are highly immersive due to the music and sound effects incorporated into the game.

The large screens of both these Android phones compliment the more detailed games where numerous icons are present. Perhaps casino fans or Poker players might prefer such a large display, although most casino apps are neatly packaged to fit most screen sizes.

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