It is not every day that we talk about gaming on smartphones, certainly so today is a glorious day at EBox. We just wrote an article about Razer's attack on the Mobile world and now this Doogee Y6 Max.
We spend more and more time on our smartphones. For most people the smartphone has even become the "home computer". It's not as powerful as a laptop, but what it does satisfies most consumers who just want to surf the net and see the facebook feed.
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The younger ones are more inclined to games than something productive. Playing on a smartphone is increasingly becoming an obstacle for companies and developers who are trying hard to make a touchscreen a simple format for gameplay.
Of course you can always buy a controller and adapt to the smartphone via bluetooth, by the way, when I did that and installed a PSOne game emulator I had a great time on a trip from UK to UK.
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The Doogee Y6 Max is a modest smartphone, however, with specs that will meet your gaming needs, a nice 6.5 "inch FHD screen to live the game, and a 4300 mAh battery that can handle a good few hours of fun.
The smartphone has the MediaTek MT6750T processor, 3GB of RAM, 13MP camera with Samsung sensor and a fingerprint reader on the back. Doogee Y6 Max also has a metal construction and Android 6.0 Marshmallow badly removed from the box.
Speaking of games, I'm totally addicted to Football Manager Mobile 2017 and the truth is that playing in the 5 "inch of Google Pixel is not the best option.