How to Play PUBG in Low End Mobile Phone

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The Offical game by Tencent games, PlayerUnknow’s Battleground is rocking in the market. Like 8 out of 10 mobile users have installed this game on their device. PUBG recently crossed 50 Million plus downloads. That’s a huge number for any other game in just one or two months.

PUBG’s popularity is increasing so everyone wants to play the game on their smartphones but the real question is can you play in the low-end device like Redmi 5 or other devices with 2GB RAM? Well, The answer is Yes and No, Thier is minimum specification required to at least play on your smartphone.

Note: Please do note that these all are the basic methods to improve the performance. If you are really interested in the high-level method, you can go to the following post.

Minimum Specification Required

  • Processor: QUALCOMM Snapdragon 430 / Mediatek mt 6737 and later
  • RAM: 2GB or more recommended
  • OS: Android 5.0 or later
  • Free Storage: At least 1.5 GB
  • Screen Resolution: HD 720p

Specification Recommended to Play Smoothly in High Resolution

  • Processor: Snapdragon 626 or MTK6753 or higher
  • RAM: 4GB or more
  • OS: Android 7.0+
  • Free Storage: At least 1.5GB
  • Screen Resolution: FHD

Steps to Play PUBG on a low-end Smartphone

#1. Set Graphics to Low in PUBG Setting

This step is very important to do as your device has very low RAM, It will specifically improve your device performance while playing PUBG.

#2. Use Grenify to increase device performance

Greeny helps you to improve the device performance by hibernating the apps that run in the background and free up your RAMS. This is the must-have application for every lo-end smartphone even if you are not playing games.

Download Greenify

#3. GLTools

GLTools [root] (gfx optimizer) includes different features that will for sure make your experience better. You can change any app resolution and be rendering bitness as well as the GPU name to enjoy enhanced graphics even on a no-name low-end GPU. Also, you can take full control over the textures, by decompressing and recompressing them.

Download GLTools 

#4. ChainFire 3D

ChainFire 3D is similar to GLTools. It will do all the things that GLTools can. But, this tool will only work up to Android 2.3.6 (Gingerbread). You should go with GLTools if you have a higher version of Android.

#5. Seeder

Another great piece of software. Seeder fixes the lag, caused by Android’s user interface. Seeder rebuilds the entropy data, which dries over time and cause performance delays. So, if you are tired of delays during switching between apps or when accessing apps, it will patch those problems.

Download Seeder

Just follow up these 5 steps and you will see the increased performance on your device. Let me know in comments below if you need any other help. If you like this article share with your friend and turn on the notification to see more PUBG related articles.

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