Best gaming mobile in 2022

Best gaming mobile in 2022

Best gaming mobile in 2022

Editor’s Pick: The Asus ROG Phone 6 Pro

Asus ROG Phone 6 Pro design on the back in Storm White colourway

The design on the back of the Asus ROG Phone 6 Pro and its Storm White colour have a lot of gaming connotations but are also very successful, in my opinion, / © NextPit


Bewertung Design and Handling

Well-calibrated AMOLED display with 165Hz refresh rate

Large 6000 mAh battery with excellent battery life

Assumed and very cool gaming design

3.5mm jack and IPX4 rating

The second USB-C port placed on the edge

Efficient temperature control and X mode that boosts performance

ROG UI gives you full control of the device


The photo module is generally not very inventive or versatile

Update policy too limited

The price

Check out the full Rog Phone 6 review by NextPit

Available for pre-order from August 1, the Asus Rog Phone 6 is available in a single 18/512 GB version sold for 1299 euros. It’s an exorbitant price, but this gaming smartphone is still cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra or the iPhone 13 Pro Max, which offers similar storage capacity.

The Asus ROG Phone 6 Pro features a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ 2400 x 1080p resolution with up to 165Hz variable refresh rate, 720Hz touch sampling rate and a maximum brightness of 1200 nits. This is what allows it to be one of the most efficient in terms of gaming. Moreover, to date, no game requires a refresh rate of 165 Hz.

The Asus ROG Phone 6 Pro runs under the ROG UI overlay, a very light gaming version of ZenUI. Asus has integrated the dynamic themes of Android 12 as well as the Privacy Dashboard. Equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC and its Adreno 730 GPU, all coupled with 512 GB of UFS 3.1 storage and 18 GB of LPDDR5 RAM, the Asus Rog Phone 6 (and its GameCool cooling system) is a true gaming smartphone.

Asus ROG Phone 6 Pro

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The best gaming smartphone for Apple: iPhone 13

Apple iPhone 13

The iPhone 13 is more powerful than any Android gaming smartphone. / © NextPit


Bewertung Design and Handling


The most POWERFUL SoC in the universe!!!!!!!

Zero overheating even in intensive gaming use

Solid autonomy

Very well-calibrated Oled screen

Good grip with its straight edges


Charging stuck at 20 Watts is too slow

No dedicated gaming mode

60Hz screen

Check out NextPit’s full iPhone 13 review

There’s no denying that Apple dominates the power and graphics performance debate. Its Bionic A15 SoC is simply more powerful than any overclocked Snapdragon. I was really surprised when I subjected it to several series of 3DMark benchmarks simulating intensive and prolonged gaming use over a 20-minute session. The iPhone 13 showed impressive scores but above all, it was not even hot.

Also read: Which Apple iPhone to choose in 2021? The complete guide

Add to that an Oled screen with very well-calibrated colourimetry, solid autonomy and an angular design allowing good grip, and you have a very good proposal for gaming. On the other hand, the recharge blocked at 20 watts is much too long to chain gaming sessions without interruption and the smartphone does not have a dedicated gaming mode.

But you can tinker with your gaming mode via the iOS 15 settings (to block notifications etc…). I’d settle for the base iPhone 13 and only consider the iPhone 13 Pro to take advantage of the 120Hz ProMotion mode.

Read also: Slack Fight: 60Hz AMOLED screen or 120Hz LCD?

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The best strictly gaming smartphone: Nubia Red magic 7 Pro

Red magic 7 Pro

The magic 7 Pro has dethroned the ROG Phone 5 as the best gaming smartphone / © NextPit


Bewertung Design and Handling

Completely edgeless 120Hz AMOLED display

Very cool transparent and backlit design

Quality stereo speakers

Unparalleled performance without any overheating


The disappointing photo module

Autonomy is a little weak in intense gaming sessions

No IP rating

Unclear update policy

Red magic 7 Pro review: To play at 60 FPS with zero overheating

If you are looking for a pure gaming smartphone, then the Redmagic 7 Pro will be the best choice for you, with an unrivalled price/performance ratio. Not only does Nubia’s smartphone feature Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, but it also tames chip overheating tendencies with a large vapour chamber plate paired with an internal fan that has ensured its stable (and high) framerates. all along

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