The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 comes with a new water carbon cooling system that is designed to keep the handset cool under heavy load, this means that it is good for gaming.
Samsung has now release an infographic and some details on how it optimized the Galaxy Note 9 with gaming in mind.
Many of today’s most popular mobile games place players in vast open worlds that can be wonderfully immersive, and incredibly taxing on a phone’s processor. When you’re in the midst of an epic battle or ever so close to setting a new high score, there are few things more frustrating than when an overworked processor causes a sudden drop in frame rate that leads you to lose focus or fall prey to an enemy attack.
Because a phone’s CPU and GPU performance can make or break your gaming experience, Samsung optimized the Galaxy Note9 with a cutting-edge 10-nanometer processor that handles graphics-intensive games with ease. This allows the device to provide 33 and 23 percent better CPU and GPU performance than the Galaxy Note8, helping gamers stay engaged and in the zone.
You can find out more details about how Samsung made their new smartphone optimized for gaming over at their website at the link below.