Okay, so according to me, investing on a smartphone is the worst thing a person can do with his/her money. Me, being a Student, blogger, gamer and a YouTuber myself used a Rs. 7,000 rupee phone until I earned myself one. And I still wouldn’t have bought a new phone until the time where the phone was just not able to handle the new high end games.
When I got the Rs. 7,000 phone, I was on light budget and that was the lowest price you could pay to get yourself a smartphone back then. Even after spending that much, I was JUST not satisfied with its gaming performance.
And now, it’s been a few weeks since Panasonic has rolled out its T44 smartphone that is priced at just Rs. 4,399!
And even before I had got the device for review, I had a mind-set that the phone’s gaming would just be limited to games like temple run and a few other low end games.
As soon as I got the device, I installed temple run and it’s was working like how it ran on other devices. No hiccups at all- Pleasing enough to convince me to get my hands on the phone later that night.
Then, I plugged in the phone to get it a full charge. When I came back after a while, I found my younger brother playing Asphalt 8 on the device. At first I thought it was a different phone until I found it plugged in the same computer port. I was dumbstruck. Later that night, I explored its gaming capabilities and was surprised to know that the device ran games like Real Racing 3, Asphalt 8, NFS No Limits and Dead Trigger 2 without ANY lag. Although the graphics were not up to the mark but boy oh boy it handled them like spreading a butter. It was just so extraordinary to see a Rs. 4,000 phone gaming like a Rs. 10,000 one.
Having a tight budget these days could be termed beneficial to the people looking forward to a really cheap and a device with performance.
The ONLY flaw I noticed here was that the viewing angles were not up to the mark on the device. And it was a bit uncomfortable to play games like Asphalt 8 as we needed to tilt the screen. Otherwise, seeing a device run such high end games at a cost of Rs. 4,000 was more of a surprise to me.
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