Details Published: 31.01.2019 08:18 Author: Roman Super Hits: 1. History of gaming phones dates back to the early 2000’s when Nokia released a strange N-Gage, which was specially developed for gaming on mobile devices. After a long break of gaming smartphones return with a new line of more powerful devices such as the Razer Phone and Asus ROG Phone.
Xiaomi also joined the competition with the Black Shark, but the major smartphone manufacturers such as Apple, Huawei and Samsung have not yet released the smartphone game, although some of them tried to promote their top-end phones as such. Well, it looks like Samsung is doing something with this, although we’re not quite sure what the South Korean giant is on the right track. Samsung Display has recently filed a patent for something that seems both folding and gaming smartphone. In the expanded view of the device shown in the images, recreated LetsGoDigital, very similar to the tablet on the bottom left, to the left is a controller D-pad and set of buttons on the opposite side. The device allows users to play even when folded, but on a smaller display.
Overall, the Samsung device looks very awkward and not like what we have seen on the market so far. She’s probably more than a portable console such as the PlayStation Vita, but a bit smaller than Nintendo Switch. Games smartphones remain a niche product, but the way that Samsung seems to be chooses with the help of his newly patented device, even if it is bold, has more disadvantages than advantages.
If Samsung plans to release the device, as these images will probably be very expensive and very difficult for sale because of the competition with handheld gaming consoles of Nintendo and Sony, although the Vita is no longer in production.