The landscape of mobile gaming has definitely changed over the years, as we have seen dedicated devices such as the Nintendo DS as well as Sony PSP end up on the periphery more and more. After all, casual gaming on smartphones and tablets have picked up quite a whole lot in recent times, and perhaps it is why the Much i5 Android-powered device could sound appealing to the masses. The Much i5 will feature a 5” display, where it will run on a quad-core MediaTek processor, and more importantly, physical buttons that have been built directly into the side of the case so that you can start to game on the device – all without having to have your finger or fingers block your view on the touchscreen display when playing
Those who are interested will have to fork out anywhere from $200 all the way to $220, depending on which online retailer you have found the Much i5 on. Despite resembling a gaming tablet, do remember that it does come with the ability to make phone calls, in addition to offering support for both 2G and 3G mobile networks. Other hardware specifications include 1GB RAM, 4GB of internal memory, a microSD memory card slot for expansion purposes, an 8-megapixel camera at the back and a 3,550mAh battery life.
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