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Top 5 Phones for Online Gaming in India in 2022

India’s online gaming industry has seen significant growth in the last few years. Based on a KPMG report, the industry is expected to reach a value of over 3.9 billion USD by 2025. There are now more than 400 gaming companies in India and it is home to over 420 million online gamers.

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India’s online gaming industry has seen significant growth in the last few years. Based on a KPMG report, the industry is expected to reach a value of over 3.9 billion USD by 2025. There are now more than 400 gaming companies in India and it is home to over 420 million online gamers.

Now, many of these online gamers are playing and gambling on mobile devices. India is now one of the top five mobile gaming markets in the world. The cities of Delhi, Jaipur, Pune, Lucknow, and Patna have the most online gamers.

With the rise of mobile gaming, many are now looking into upgrading their devices to have a better gaming experience. If you’re in the market for the best mobile phones for online gaming and playing at 10cric online betting app, you’re on the right page.

Here are some smartphones that are still worth buying this 2022:

Oppo Find N

Foldable smartphones are becoming more popular and the Oppo Find N is a budget-friendly device. The bigger screen can give you great visuals for gaming since it’s already AMOLED with a 120 Hz refresh rate. It’s good for multiplayer FPS games like COD: Mobile and Garena Free Fire.

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Features:

  • Display: Foldable LTPO AMOLED (120Hz)
  • Size: 7.1 inches
  • Chipset: Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888 5G
  • Memory: 256GB/8GB RAM, 512GB/12GB RAM
  • Sound: Stereo Speaker (No 3.5mm jack)
  • Camera: 50 MP (wide), 13 MP (telephoto), 16 MP (ultrawide), 32 MP (selfie)
  • Battery: 4500 mAh
  • Charging: Fast charging 33W, Fast wireless charging 15W, Reverse charging 10W

iPhone 13 Pro Max

The iPhone 14 has already been released but the prices are always steep for the latest Apple devices, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max is still worth having this year. It’s still great for multi-tasking including playing heavy games like Genshin Impact. 

Features:

  • Display: Super Retina XDR OLED (120 Hz)
  • Size: 6.7 inches
  • Chipset: Apple A15 Bionic
  • Memory: 128GB/6GB RAM, 256GB/6GB RAM, 512GB/6GB RAM, 1TB/6GB RAM (NVMe)
  • Sound: Stereo speakers (No 3.5mm jack)
  • Camera: 12 MP (wide), 12 MP (telephoto), 12 MP (ultrawide), 12 MP (selfie)
  • Battery: 4352 mAh
  • Charging: Fast charging 27W, USB Power Delivery 2.0, MagSafe fast wireless charging 15W, Qi Wireless Charging 7.5W

Samsung Galaxy S21 5G

If you’re looking for an Android device that can work well for multi-tasking and casual gaming, the Samsung Galaxy S21 is a good fit. However, don’t expect much from it if you’re into FPS games. This is more suited for casual and online casino gaming.

You can install heavy games on this phone, but it’s best to run them on a lower frame rate and graphics setting to avoid drops and lags.

Features:

  • Display: Dynamic AMOLED 2X (120 Hz)
  • Size: 6.2 inches
  • Chipset: Exynos 2100
  • Memory: 128GB/8GB RAM, 256GB/8GB RAM
  • Sound: Stereo speakers (No 3.5 mm jack)
  • Camera: 12 MP (wide), 64 MP (telephoto), 12 MP (ultrawide), 10 MP (wide)
  • Battery: 4000 mAh
  • Charging: Fast charging 25W, USB Power Deliver 3.0, Fast Qi/PMA Wireless Charging 15W, Reverse Wireless Charging 4.5W

Asus ROG Phone 5

If you’re all about mobile gaming then the ASUS ROG Phone 5 could be the ultimate choice. It has a 6000 mAh battery, so you can play at least 4 hours of your favorite game uninterrupted. It has a powerful chipset and 144 Hz display refresh rate which could run most heavy games well. So whether you’re into Genshin Impact, Garena Free Fire, or COD: Mobile, you’ll have a blast with this mobile device.

Features:

  • Display: AMOLED 1B colors (144 Hz)
  • Size: 6.75 inches
  • Chipset: Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888 5G
  • Memory: 128GB/8GB RAM, 128GB/12GB RAM, 256GB/12GB RAM, 256GB/16GB RAM UFS 3.1
  • Sound: DTS: X Stereo Speakers (2 dedicated amplifiers) with 3.5mm jack
  • Camera: 64 MP (wide), 13 MP (ultrawide), 5 MP (macro), 24 MP (wide)
  • Battery: 6000 mAh
  • Charging: Fast charging 65W, Reverse charging 10W, Power Delivery 3.0, Quick Charge 5

Vivo IQOO 7 (India)

If you’re looking for a great budget phone that can run games well, Vivo’s IQOO 7 India version is worth getting. Its 6.62-inch AMOLED display hits the right spot and is enough to give you a great gaming experience. It won’t matter if you’re into FPS or casual games. This phone should be able to run games with at least medium graphics smoothly.

Features:

  • Display: AMOLED (120 Hz)
  • Size: 6.62 inches
  • Chipset: Qualcomm SM8250-AC Snapdragon 870 5G
  • Memory: 128GB/8GB RAM, 256GB/8GB RAM, 256GB/12GB RAM
  • Sound: Dual speakers (No 3.55 jack)
  • Camera: 48 MP (wide), 13 MP (ultrawide), 2 MP (depth), 16 MP (wide)
  • Battery: 4400 mAh
  • Charging: Fast charging 66W

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Former Facebook employee claims apps intentionally drain smartphone batteries

In a startling revelation, a former employee of Facebook has alleged that the social media giant has designed tests that run in the background without the user’s knowledge and intentionally drain the batteries of smartphones.

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In a startling revelation, a former employee of Facebook has alleged that the social media giant has designed tests that run in the background without the user’s knowledge and intentionally drain the batteries of smartphones.

George Hayward, a data scientist who previously worked for Facebook has claimed that the Zuckerberg-owned social media platform indulges in a practice called negative testing used to secretly drain the batteries of smartphones on which the app is installed.

Hayward told the New York Post, that Facebook engages in negative testing which is used to test different parameters of their apps and also for bug testing. Negative testing is used to determine how fast the apps run and open on different smartphones or to test image and video loading speeds.

On the flip side, the practice drains the batteries of a user’s smartphone without their knowledge as they don’t have the slightest idea that such a test is running in background on their device.

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Hayward has filed a lawsuit against Facebook in Manhattan’s federal court for what he termed as a “harmful practice” and claims he was sacked for questioning and refusing to participate in the illicit practice.

The data scientist worked on the Facebook Messenger app and claimed that he was fired for questioning the legality of negative testing.

The former Facebook employee claimed that he expressed his concerns about the practice to the manager, who reportedly shut him down by saying that “by harming a few we can help the greater masses.”

Hayward told The New York Post that he doesn’t have an exact number of the users who were reportedly affected by this practice and revealed that Facebook has started negative testing as he was handed over an internal training document titled, “How to run thoughtful negative tests,” containing examples of such experiments being carried out.

George Hayward told the post that he’s never seen a more horrible document in his career. Facebook parent Meta is yet to address these allegations.

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Itel launches A24 Pro smartphone for less than Rs 5,000, check specs and features

The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Itel finally launched its A24 Pro under the price segment of Rs 5,000. Interested customers can purchase the handset from the online shopping platform Amazon or Flipkart.

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The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Itel finally launched its A24 Pro under the price segment of Rs 5,000. Interested customers can purchase the handset from the online shopping platform Amazon or Flipkart. From two camera setups at the back and the latest and advanced processor, the compact design handset comes with all the features that are usually offered by expensive smartphones.

The entry-level phone has been launched with 5 inches of large-high-quality display, which will allow users to have an HD-quality of experience while using or watching videos on the phone. Apart from this, the handset also supports 4K video quality which will also provide an improved viewing experience to the customers.

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Know everything about budget Itel A24 Pro smartphone

Itel A24 Pro smartphone has a 5-inch IPS LCD display. The resolution of the screen is 850 x 480 pixels, which will provide HD resolution to the users. However, the company did not include any fingerprint sensor or scanner, but it has a face scanner to unlock the handset.

To increase its worth, the company has also given 32 GB of inbuilt storage on the entry-level smartphone, which can be expanded via using the microSD card.

Inside the hood, the handset has Android 12 (Go edition), which makes it very easy to process heavy applications without any lag. As far as the camera is concerned, it comes a 2-megapixel camera with LED flash at the rear. For selfies, the firm has provided a 0.3-megapixel lens that captures good-quality images even in low light.

It also has a 3,020 mAh battery that works almost all day long once the smartphone gets fully charged. The company claimed that at the price under Rs 5,000, the company will definitely gonna woo all the customers who were looking to purchase a budget smartphone

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Amazon Great Republic Day sale: From kitchen appliances to smartphones, here’s best deal

If you are someone who wanted to purchase some home appliances or smartphones at an affordable price and has been waiting for the online sale to start, then this is your chance to grab the offers as today is the last of Amazon’s end-of-season sale named Great Day Republic Sale.

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Amazon Great Republic Day sale

If you are someone who wanted to purchase some home appliances or smartphones at an affordable price and has been waiting for the online sale to start, then this is your chance to grab the offers as today is the last of Amazon’s end-of-season sale named Great Day Republic Sale.

During the sale, the e-commerce platform has listed the top hot-selling products at massive discounts. In order to attract new customers, Amazon also partnered with leading bank SBI to provide additional offers to its customers.

Here’s a list of discounted items during Amazon’s sale

The online shopping platform has listed the Philips Mixer Grinder, which was release at a starting price of almost Rs 5000, but interested customers can grab the deal at Rs 3,399.

NutriPro Juicer Mixer Grinder

Amazon also listed NutriPro’s juicer mixer at the discounted price of Rs 18,49. The company launched this product at the starting price of Rs 5000, which means customers are saving Rs 3,151 on this deal.

The shopping platform has introduced several offers on Apple items, including the MacBook and the iPhone series. Interested customers can purchase MacBook Air 2020 at the discounted price of Rs. 87,000, while the introductory price of the laptop was Rs. 1,00,000.

Apple iPhone 13

Those who wanted to purchase the latest and one of the hot-selling products from Apple iPhone 13 128 GB, which was launched at Rs 79,900, can be now purchased during the sale at Rs 60,000. The firm also introduced exchange offers on the same, which will reduce the price further.

Discount on smartwatches

Online shopping also introduced some eye-catching discounts on feature-loaded smartphone watches during its republic day sale. Interested customers can grab the Redmi Watch 2 Lite. The gadget has been listed on the website at a discounted price of Rs 2,499.

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Apple iPhone 12

The feature-loaded Apple iPhone 12 128 GB that created a buzz since its launch also has been listed at the discounted price of Rs 56,999. In this deal, interested customers can save almost Rs 16,000.

Samsung Galaxy M13

The company also listed Samsung’s hot-selling product Galaxy M13, which was launched at the starting price of Rs 51,999, and can be purchased at a discounted price of Rs 39,999

The handset comes with the advanced A14 Bionic chipset that allows users to have a smooth experience while operating heavy applications.

Apple iPhone 11 

Launched in 2019 at Rs 64,000, iPhone 11 64 GB now can be purchased at the discounted price of Rs 37,999. SBI debit card and credit users can enjoy an additional Rs 5000 instant discount on the deal.

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