Along with the crazy trend of bezel-less screens with notches, we can’t help but notice that some of the industry giants are venturing into the arena of gaming smartphones. Xiaomi with its Black Shark, Huawei with its latest Mate 20X gaming phone. A reliable tipster from China has claimed that Samsung is also working on a gaming smartphone with in-house GPU.

This actually makes sense only because with the launch of GPU Turbo tech from Huawei, the gaming experience was destined to transform into something more providing and immersive.

Oppo also followed suit with its Hyper Boost technology. Samsung, that is already the industry leader, could not afford to lag behind in smartphone gaming arena, hence working on a gaming phone with homegrown GPU.

Reportedly, the South Korean tech giant has been working on a new GPU since June. At that time, it was reported that the company’s home-baked GPU will be made available on low-end smartphones. Apple also launched the A11 chip in iPhone X with its own GPU. Now that Apple has also done it, may its high time for Samsung to push its home-baked GPU in the market.

With all said, there is still no concrete information on the specs and internals of the gaming phone from Samsung. It’s speculated that it will be equipped with an 8GB RAM and a 128 GB internal memory.

Since Samsung has already come up with the world’s first phone with four cameras, we strongly hope that the Samsung gaming phone comes with at least a triple camera setup. Most of the recent phones from Samsung have come with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio with Infinity Display. However, the gaming phone from the company may offer a taller a 19.5:9 aspect ratio