With how powerful smartphones are these days, you can probably participate in online iGaming with any modern mobile device.

However, even if you intend to only place bets on the best betting sites in India, you’ll still want to get the best smartphone you could based on your budget. Luckily for you, we’ve done the research and found you five of the best smartphones that are still ideal to get before 2022 ends.

These are mobile devices that can handle online iGaming whether you’re into online gaming. Find out the key specs and why these five mobile phones are still worth getting.

OnePlus Nord 2T 5G (Rs 28,999)

This smartphone is a bang for the buck if you’re looking for speed and graphics. It already has an AMOLED screen and runs on MediaTek Dimensity. That said, it should run games like Garena Free Fire and Call of Duty Mobile in medium settings.

Key Specifications:

  • Device Build: Gorilla Glass 5 Front, Plastic Frame
  • Available Colors: Gray Shadow, Jade Fog
  • SIM: Dual SIM (Nano-Sim, Dual Standby)
  • Display: AMOLED, 90Hz (6.43 inches)
  • OS and Chipset: Android 12, MediaTek Dimensity 1300
  • Memory: 128GB/8GB RAM, 256GB/12GB RAM
  • Camera: 50 MP (wide), 8 MP (Ultrawide), 2 MP (depth), 32 MP (selfie)
  • Sound: Stereo Speaker (no 3.5mm jack)
  • Battery: 4500 mAh
  • Charging: 80W wired

Oppo Reno 8 (Rs 29,999)

Oppo has always been the go-to of people who’re not willing to spend a lot on powerful devices and the Oppo Reno 8 is still a great buy. Specs are a lot similar to OnePlus Nord 2T, so it’s a matter of choosing which device is more of your style.

Key Specifications:

  • Device Build: Gorilla Glass 5 Front, Plastic Back, and Frame
  • Available Colors: Shimmer Gold, Shimmer Black
  • SIM: Nano SIM, dual standby
  • Display: AMOLED, 90Hz (6.4 inches)
  • OS and Chipset: Android 12, MediaTek Dimensity 1300
  • Memory: 128GB/8GB RAM, 256GB/8GB RAM
  • Camera: 50 MP (wide), 8 MP (ultrawide), 2 MP (macro), 32 MP (selfie)
  • Sound: Loudspeaker (no 3.5mm jack)
  • Battery: 4500 mAh
  • Charging: 80W Wired Charging

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra (Rs 94,399)

If you’re an Android user who doesn’t want to switch to Apple, and you’re still willing to pay a hefty amount for a mobile device, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is something you can consider. It’s great for multitasking and perfect even for heavy gaming.

Key Specifications:

  • Device Build: Gorilla Glass Victus+ Front and Back, Aluminum Frame
  • Available Colors: Phantom Black, Burgundy Green, Graphite, Red, Sky Blue, Bora Purple
  • SIM: Nano-SIM and e-SIM ready (dual standby)
  • Display: Dynamic AMOLED 2X, 120 HZ (6.8 inches)
  • OS and Chipset: Android 12, Qualcomm SM 8450 Snapdragon 8 Gen
  • Memory: 128GB/8GB RAM, 256GB/12GB RAM, 512GB/12GB RAM, 1TB/12GB RAM
  • Camera: 108 MP (wide), 10 MP (periscope telephoto), 10 MP (telephoto), 12 MP (ultrawide), 40 MP (selfie)
  • Sound: Stereo speakers (no 3.5mm jack)
  • Battery: 5,000 mAh
  • Charging: 45W wired, 12W Wireless (Qi/PMA)

iPhone 13 Pro Max (Rs, 119,900)

Even if the iPhone 14 is already out, the iPhone 13 Pro max is still a superior buy for Apple device users. It’s ideal for multi-tasking and works great on gaming. It can run heavy games like Call of Duty Mobile on Ultra settings and Genshin Impact as it now supports 120 fps.

Key Specifications:

  • Device Build: Corning-made Glass Front and Back, Steel Frame
  • Available Colors: Graphite, Gold, Silver, Sierra Blue, Alpine Green
  • SIM: Nano-SIM and e-SIM ready (dual standby)
  • Display: Super Retina XDR OLED, 120HZ (6.7 inches)
  • OS and Chipset: iOS 15 (upgradable to iOS 16)
  • Memory: 128GB/6GB RAM, 256GB/6GB RAM, 512GB/6GB RAM, 1TB/6GB RAM NVMe (no slot)
  • Camera: 12 MP (wide), 12 MP (ultrawide), 12 MP (telephoto)
  • Sound: Stereo speakers (no 3.5mm jack)
  • Battery: 4532 mAh
  • Charging: Wired, PD2.0 (50% in 30 mins) 15W Wireless (MagSafe), 7.5 Wireless (Qi)

iQOO Neo 6 5G (Rs 29,999)

Another Android device still worth getting this year if you’re on a budget is Vivo’s iQOO Neo 6. It’s already 5G ready so it should handle online gaming well. Unlike the first two Android devices on our list, this one runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 so it runs games like Call of Duty: Mobile and Garena Free Fire much more smoothly.

Key Specifications:

  • Device Build: Glass Front, Plastic Frame, and Back
  • Colours Available: Dark Nova, Cyber Rage
  • SIM: Dual SIM  (Nano-SIM, dual standby)
  • Display: AMOLED, 120Hz (6.62 inches)
  • OS and Chipset: Android 12 and Qualcomm SM8250-AC Snapdragon 870 5G
  • Memory: 128GB/8GB RAM, 256GB/12GB RAM
  • Camera: 64 MP (wide), 8 MP (ultrawide), 2 MP (macro)
  • Sound: Stereo Speakers (no 3.5mm jack)
  • Battery: 4700 mAh
  • Charging: 80W wired

Conclusion

You should always consider your budget and what activities you’ll mainly do with your device. Some may focus on better cameras, but if you’re more into surfing the web including betting online, a bigger RAM is what you might need.

If you also enjoy gaming, you’ll want a phone with big storage and RAM, long battery hours, and powerful chipset. The bottom line is that the best smartphone to get will always depend on your usage and needs.

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