On what devices are u playing on?

Discussion in 'Pixel Gun 3D Android Players' started by I n v i c t u s, May 15, 2016.

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    Hello!This week im gonna get a new phone(had a SGS4)and i was wondering what device you play on Pg3d that gives you an overall good experience.So it should be newer/more performant than my S4.Thanks!
     
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    I make a living of testing Android devices, though I have been sick for a couple of months so I have not yet tested the newest devices, but I start again next month.. I am so lucky that I sometimes get to keep the products I test, and my favorite pixel gun 3d device is Sony Xperia z3 tablet compact due the size of the screen.. I feel that a phone is too little for me and a big tablet too big.. My phone is Xperia z5 premium and s6 edge, soon s7 edge, and if I should choose I would go for Sony or Samsung devices.. S4 is a great phone by the way.
     
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    Hahaha, I have nothing against ios, but the jokes are still very funny.. Actually when I started my website, Denmarks first and biggest Android website, which sounds great but Denmark is a very very little country, I bought both Android and ios and Symbian, and i chose Android which I have not regret yet..
     
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    I play on both a jailed iPhone 5s and a rooted Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5" running CM. I mostly play on my iPhone solely for the fact that the Tab S's screen size is way too big for playing FPSs and the battery of the Tab S drains more quickly than it can be charged.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback guys!
     
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    Thanks Morten!Then sony it is!:smile:
     
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    But remember that we all have different needs etc. Sony phone doesn't have all the gimmicks as Samsung.
     
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    How is the battery on your iPhone? On my most used tablet I get max 4 hours of pixel gun 3d before the battery is dry, but I always have the brightness on max auto.
     
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    Lasts for about 8 hours on PG3D @ max brightness
     
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    It depends on if the phone's battery was damaged before or not, and how many tasks are processing in the background (excluding apps) i used an iPhone 6 for 12 (full brightness) and played pixelgun, i noticed that i droped from 70 to 30% oh it also depends on the phones model, a 4s clearly has a smaller battery therefore shorter battery life (do sum research m9) (N.O)
     


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