Do you remember the Epic Citadel demo?
Based on the Unreal Engine 3, it floored the tech community back in
2010, when it was used to showcase the first-generation iPad's
graphical prowess. At this year's Game Developer Conference, Epic
Games demonstrated the new Unreal Engine 4 running on a Nexus 5
smartphone (a stock unit without modifications, we assume). We know
that Qualcomm's chip is quite capable, but we found it quite
surprising that last year's Snapdragon 800 CPU and Adreno 330 GPU are
able to deliver such rich visuals. In the end, it seems that today's mobile
game developers aren't ...