Everyone seeks different priorities in their smartphone. Some look for a good camera, while some just simply want a phone that looks bloody good. A number of people, however, look for what’s inside the device that can help them have optimum gaming experience. Here, we look at three phones in particular Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Apple X and the OnePlus 7 Pro and provide you with facts and specs to help you pick out the best one. 


Apple X

If you thought that an iPhone isn’t capable of gaming, you’re dead wrong. Apple might have some overpriced products but they definitely know how to make a well-performing chipset. The reason we haven’t included the newer iPhone XS Max is because you can still enjoy a similar gaming experience on the X without having to pay the exorbitant price of the XS Max, provided if you’re willing to sacrifice on screen size. 


Processor – Hexa Core (2.39 GHz, Dual core, Monsoon + 1.42 GHz, Quad core, Mistral)

Chipset – A11 Bionic


Storage – 64 GB

Battery – 2716 mAh


Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 is quite an old model now. But don’t forget that it is a flagship level phone with some amazing specs backing it up. The Note 8 was never really advertised as a gaming smartphone as much as it was portrayed to be a businessman’s device. But the specs and beautiful display are enough to provide you an enjoyable gaming experience. 


Processor – 2.3 GHz Octa-core

Chipset – Exynos 8895


Storage – 64 GB

Battery – 3300 mAh


OnePlus 7 Pro

The OnePlus 7 Pro is the latest offering from the world of OnePlus and along with its seamless design, the device is also a powerful machine that fits in the palm of your hand. The 7 Pro is capable of letting heavy games run with ease and without any glitchy hiccups. 


Processor – Octa-core

Chipset – Qualcomm Snapdragon 855

RAM – 8/12 GB

Storage – 128/256 GB

Battery – 4000 mAh