Mobile casinos have perhaps proven to be such a smashing success because mobile devices have become so ubiquitous throughout the world. Whether it’s mobile phones, smartphones or tablet computers, most everybody avails at least one of those these days. Add to that ever faster and more stabile Internet connectivity and increasingly sophisticated platforms delivering crisp graphics, and one can easily understand why mobile casinos are so popular: their games can be played anytime and anywhere.
Development marches on, though, and further devices will emerge that can be used for mobile gambling. One of these is the just-released LG Intuition “Phoneblet”. For those who are not familiar with the term: as its name suggests, a “phoneblet” is a hybrid between a smartphone and a tablet computer. While it boasts the same Internet connectivity and excellent graphics display capabilities of both a smartphone and tablet, it’s a bit larger (i.e. its screen) than a smartphone, yet not quite as large as a tablet (read: even easier to carry around).
The LG Intuition is fitted with a 5-inch IPS XGA screen delivering 650-bit resolution and a 1.5 GHz dual core CPU. Both features allow for crystal-clear gaming experience. 1 GB of RAM together with 32 GB in-built memory ensures smooth gameplay. The phoneblet connects to the Net via Wi-Fi, LTE and Bluetooth 3.0.
Expected to be marginally cheaper than other mobile devices, passionate mobile casino fans will without doubt pick up on this new gadget quickly and it probably also will take some market share away from its most likely rival, the yet-to-be-released Samsung Galaxy Note II, which is expected to be considerably more expensive.
Overall, a phoneblet seems to be the perfect choice for mobile casino fans due to its larger screen size, while maintaining all the other advantages that are fixtures of practically all current smartphones and tablets.