Did someone get a new flagship Android phone for Christmas? Someone's a very lucky person indeed.
Now that you've got your potent pocket computer, what are you going to do with it? We'd recommend playing some games. But then, we would.
We've crammed a bunch of phones into the headline and strapline of this feature, but we could have added a whole heap more. The Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro, for example, or the Sony Xperia XZ3. The Samsung Galaxy S9, or the Google Pixel XL. And so on, and so forth.
The point is that it doesn't really matter. If someone has spent north of £500 on a smartphone for you, it's almost certainly going to be brilliant at playing games.
Check these beautiful things for starters. These aren't necessarily the best games available for Android devices, but they are the best showcases for sparkly-fresh hardware.
Everyone knows about Fortnite by now. If you don't, ask your little sibling/nibling/offspring for a quick primer.
It's the game all the kids are playing, and the best news is that it's available on mobile. And what a job Epic has done with this smartphone version.
Fortnite is a technically stunning 3D battle royale game full of shooting and looting and base building. You can't actually get it on the Google Play Store, but it's free to download form the Epic website.
Showing off your new mobile needn't be all about the graphics. These devices have advanced sensors, displays and processor that can run stunning augmented reality applications - especially in conjunction with Google's ARCore tools.
Mekamon is one of the most impressive of these apps. It takes a remote controlled robot (using your phone as the controller) and builds a compelling multiplayer AR shooter around it.
It's not cheap to get the full Mekamon experience (around £200 to £250), but there are few games that can impress as much as this.