The new phones are also a little more game friendly, with a new internal cooling system and the new Game Launcher feature.
You can alter the game’s display resolution and frame rate to save more battery power – settings for these changes also depend on the game app in question. The Game Launcher also comes with Game Tools, which allow the user to optimise his or her gaming experience. Simply tap on the Game Tools bubble during a game and it will pull out a list of features you can run during a game itself.
No alerts during a session, and locking of Recent and Back touch keys to minimise accidental inputs are selfexplanatory, but Game Tools offer more than that.
There’s the ability to “minimise” your game app into a bubble while you take an urgent text message or e-mail, and you can pop back into the game by tapping on the game bubble that’s waiting for you in your texting app.
The Record feature lets you keep footages of your game progress, and an additional first-person window in the game to show the user solving a stage or making in-game progress as the recording goes on.