Originally posted by Emperor Zombie:If you're talking about actually running high-end games, not with an ARM Proccesor. If any Smartphone in the near future could meet that challenge the Ubuntu "Superphone" looks to be the only one with plans to support a full operating system.
Originally posted by General Junkie:So I am due a new phone upgrade, does anyone know if there is a phone out there that would have the capacity to fully install steam and my associated library? Is this even possible or am I thinking waaaay too far ahead
Originally posted by ♫TGC> The Gruesome Claw:lol, might be funny to have a mobile client with games. I wonder if they could do that for the mobile ports...
Originally posted by cinedine:Apple, Microsoft and Google would never allow a 3rd party store on "their" devices - especially not Apple. The closest thing you currently can get to mobile PC gaming is a Surface with Windows 8
Originally posted by GenPattonBR:In order to fully support Steam, the phone would have to be x86 (32 or 64-bit), run a full version of Windows (not even Windows Phone would be enough), have a 3D graphics card, lots of RAM (4Gb +), and enough storage for the OS and games.Currently the most powefull phones out there (like the Galaxy S5) don't come even close to the specs and speed of a PC. So, what you`re thinking is an utopia nowadays.