The Nexus One and the Future of Android Gaming
With the launch of the Nexus One, the future of mobile gaming on Android looks bright. Â Sporting a 1GHz Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm that has on-chip graphical capabilities, the Nexus One is packing some promising 3D potential. Â Future Android phones are likely to match or upgrade the speed to compete with HTC’s newest phone. In addition, the 3.7 inch OLED screen is very nice and has incredible contrast ratios. Â Furthermore, it has about 25% greater pixel density than Sony’s beautiful 11-inch 1080p OLED screen.
On the other hand, one of Android’s advantages, namely backgrounding apps, could come to the rescue. Â We’re starting to see hardware accessories for the iPhone go hand-in-hand with a software package on the device, but this only works when that app is open. Â On Android, we might see third-party accessories that hook into games via a backgrounding “connector” app. Â If a company like MadCatz made a slick controller that went along with an API to control games, and that became an industry standard, it could give Android gaming a major edge.
Ultimately, I think the direction Android is going will attract some great games. Â It’s a powerful platform, and the upcoming devices are, as Google coined, “superphones.” Â There’s a problem with the fractured versions of hardware and Android revisions, but if the market is fertile enough, developers will bite the bullet.
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