We all know very well that after the arrival to the market of the first Razer Phone, different smartphone manufacturers have shown their clear interest in gamers and have launched interesting smartphones designed for a more demanding type of user. Hence, now according to the latest reports, the South Korean giant Samsung is preparing its own gaming smartphone.
Samsung To Launch Its Own Gaming Smartphone
The ‘gaming’ smartphone continue to hold the pull, trying to erase from the minds of users and specialists the idea of being a temporary bubble. The problem, are not far from the mobile phones to use, because in most cases they do not provide distinctions in the form of physical controls or other additions.
Since the arrival to the market of the first Razer Phone, different smartphone manufacturers have shown their clear interest in gamers and have launched interesting smartphones designed for a more demanding type of user.
As the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, of course, Xiaomi launched its Blackshark months ago, the company’s first gaming smartphone that soon found an answer in the Honor Play.
But, now it seems that the well-known South Korean giant Samsung is preparing a gaming smartphone, as the company would be interested in entering a niche market that is hitting very hard during recent times.
While we have different players within the segment of dedicated gaming phones like the Razer Phone, Asus ROG, Black Shark, and Honor Play a heavyweight like the South Korean giant Samsung could follow the steps to enter this specific niche market.
While no details have yet been provided on this particular smartphone, during the past month it was leaked that the South Korean giant Samsung was working on a Galaxy A device with Snapdragon 845 SoC.
Hence, in that case, we could be talking about the same phone, which would include 8GB of RAM along with the 128GB of internal storage, although other options of 64GB and 256GB of storage could also be offered.
The internal configuration could be completed with a battery of 4000mAh, Android 8.1 Oreo and many other features could be obtained from the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
This phone dedicated to Samsung games and could adopt a generic design that would follow the steps of previous interactions of the Galaxy devices, although inside it would offer a very high technical essence thought to be able to run any video game.
So far nothing has been leaked about this device beyond its existence, but since video games have a greater importance in mobile devices, especially with the arrival of titles focused on battle royale, the South Korean giant Samsung would not be for the work of delaying a lot in its launching. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.