OnePlus and Google have teamed up to launch a new puzzle game called Crackables. This isn’t any normal puzzle game, though. If you’re one of the first 1,000 people to complete the first 3 challenges in the game, may have a chance to win a new gaming rig valued at $30,000. But more on that
The Razer phone kicked off the trend of gaming smartphones that we’ve seen over the last year. The ASUS ROG phone and Xiaomi Black Shark followed. Rumblings about the Razer Phone 2 have picked up in the last week. Razer already confirmed the device and a rumor says it could have cool Chrome LED effects.
When Fortnite announced its Android debut, Epic Games made it clear that users would only be able to install the game directly from Epic, bypassing the Google Play Store entirely. Epic claims that was done to maintain a “closer relationship”…
After Razer released the Razer Phone last year, it sent ripples throughout the Android smartphone world. Now, there are loads of gaming phones getting released, with Xiaomi’s Black Shark and the ASUS ROG Phone to name a couple. In the company’s earnings reports released just the other day, there’s an interesting section which pertains to
PUB Gfx+ is a free tool made by XDA Senior Member Abhinandan Trilokia. It has one simple goal – to improve the performance of PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds (PUBG) on your mobile phone. How it works is simple, as all it does is modify the game’s configuration files on your device. This and previous tools have not gotten users banned