Best Phones for Horror Gaming in 2019

Gaming genres, whether you’re into a sports game or a more strategic creation, appear to be
growing more and more these days. The demand is clearly there as gamers seem more open
minded than previously and are willing to expand their tastes.

One genre which has always had a fairly loyal following is the horror/scary game category which
has seen countless classic creations over the years, be it Resident Evil on PlayStation, Dead
Space on Xbox or the Halloween Fortune slot game at Mansion UK on your mobile, the abundance
of excellent games in this space is clear to see.

best phones for horror gaming

Alongside the rise in the horror genre of gaming is the ability to play these games via your mobile
phone, with endless developers striving to make mobile gaming just as enjoyable and, in terms of
quality, just as effective as playing on one of the well known consoles. But what are the  best phones under 15000 out there for these type of games? What do they possess that your current phone doesn’t?
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

Below is a list of the best phones for gaming in 2019 which will not only bring your horror gaming to
life whilst you’re on the go, but they will help improve any game you download. They are machines
that are not to be sniffed at, basically.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro

In terms of the screen, raw power and the overall slick design and finish, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro
is pretty hard to beat as it’s practically perfect for gaming. The Kirin 980 processor and 8GB of
RAM that Huawei has packed into this device makes it an incredibly powerful machine, although
some experts claim that you shouldn’t buy a smartphone with large RAM, but that might not apply
to this beauty. With its huge 4,200mAh battery, this phone will last all-day when gaming and enable
you to have a comfortable and quality session on your favourite game.

Asus ROG Phone

Perhaps known for their laptops more than their phones, the Asus ROG phone is a relatively new
creation but delivers in terms of quality. Asus, clearly clued up from their successful line of laptops,
have packed in some superb specs and have thrown in a few extras which should certainly appeal
to gamers. For example, the customised in-case cooling solution enables a player to get the best
out of their Snapdragon 845 processor and 8GB of RAM. On top of that, the audio and charging
ports for the device are on the sides – clearly so that gamers can hold the device in landscape
mode. Finally, and potentially the cherry on top of a highly satisfying cake, it has a 6-inch screen
running at 90Hz refresh rate of 90Hz, so games are going to look the best they can do too.

Sony Xperia 1

The Sony Xperia 1 is a charming phone with plenty of notable qualities for gamers in particular.
There’s a lot to admire about what is a tidy little machine, not least the 21:9 aspect ratio, 6.5-inch
4K resolution screen, making games look vibrant and sharp. Its 2019 flagship phone, Sony have
packed a fair bit into this device, with HDR support for the display and Dolby Atmos audio so your
gaming is guaranteed to be as immersive as possible. Throw in the Snapdragon 855 processor
and the 6GB of RAM and this is definitely a phone for a gamer.

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Special mentions to the Honor Play, Apple iPhone XR and the excellent Razer Phone 2, also.

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