It's easy to dismiss 120fps mobile gaming as a curiosity that is only available to owners of a handful of premium devices -- notably the iPad Pro (10.5 and 12.9) and the Razer Phone. But the truth is that this sudden increase in the smoothness and responsiveness of animation (twice the standard maximum of 60 frames per second) is already supported by some of the biggest studios and mobile games.
MOBAs are hugely taxing games on mobile devices, involving intense multiplayer battles that last up to 30 minutes and punish every part of a phone's anatomy from its CPU to its GPU to its modem. Put simply, not every phone can handle a MOBA. Can yours?
Titanfall 2 is a premium PC and console game with graphics that animate at a stable 60 frames per second (fps). The game also has a mobile companion, a real-time strategy title called Titanfall: Assault for iOS and Android, which sticks to the same design values and provides the almost the same frame rate -- but only for gamers who happen to own a recent iPhone.
Take a look at GameBench’s new Reference Data site and you’ll find lots of valuable real-world data revealing how popular games run on popular devices -- including a number of King titles like Candy Crush Saga and Candy Crush Soda Saga.
In a normal competition, calling it a draw might seem like a bit of a non-result. But Tom's Guide's latest speed test of the iPhone 7 and Galaxy S8, which uses GameBench to conclude that the two phones are evenly matched for gaming performance, actually represents a surprising win for Android users. Here's why...