The game phone is not something new; from the smartphone era birth of the Thunderbird cell phone to today’s Nubia Red Magic, Asus ROG has a history of six years. But in the few game phone brands, many have chosen to give up or marginal survival.
We can’t deny that gaming phones have profoundly impacted the entire industry.
They have improved the touch sampling rate of the screen, making the screen of Android phones more “hands-on” and pushing the whole industry to progress in this area.
Gaming phones have optimized sound and haptic feedback, such as enhancing speaker effects and motor vibration, improving the user experience in non-gaming scenarios.
The thermal design of gaming phones has become a target for all major manufacturers to learn from, helping them to make a breakthrough in the heat problem.
However, gaming cell phones have not been able to return to the mainstream from the fringe; the fundamental reason is the lack of popular handheld games that have sufficient hardware requirements, such as the original God. After the performance difference is bridged, users will still prefer flagships with more practicality.