Which Is the Cheapest Phone That Can Run PUBG Mobile Lite?

Can you play PUBG Mobile Lite on smartphones under Rs. 5,000?

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Which Is the Cheapest Phone That Can Run PUBG Mobile Lite?

PUBG Mobile Lite can run on some of the best phones under Rs. 8,000

PUBG Mobile Lite is a stripped down version of PUBG Mobile that can run on affordable smartphones. Reviewers Aditya Shenoy and Roydon Cerejo join host Pranay Parab to discuss whether this game runs on affordable smartphones and how it performs. We tested PUBG Mobile Lite on multiple smartphones such as Realme C2, Redmi Go, Redmi 7A, and Nokia 2.2. Redmi Go price in India starts at Rs. 4,499, Realme C2 price in India starts at Rs. 5,999, Redmi 7A price in India also starts at Rs. 5,999, whereas Nokia 2.2 price in India starts at Rs. 7,699. All of these budget smartphones have CPUs that are not very powerful. PUBG Mobile Lite runs on each one of these smartphones but how well does it run? We discuss that at length on this episode.

We also discuss the differences between PUBG Mobile Lite and PUBG Mobile. The two games are related but there are several key differences that make the experience very different on PUBG Mobile Lite. There are fewer players, maps, lower resolutions, and other differences, but there are some things that make gameplay better on PUBG Mobile Lite. We talk about that at length too. Then we talk about how well PUBG Mobile Lite runs on the cheapest smartphone we tested it with -- Redmi Go. Here we spend a long time talking about our tests and how the phone performed on those. We discuss PUBG Mobile Lite performance, graphics settings, battery life, and share our tips and tricks for this game as well.

That's all for this week's episode of Orbital, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.

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Pranay Parab Pranay is in charge of podcasts and videos at Gadgets 360. Over the years, he has helped build the tutorials section of this site from the ground up, got the Guide section off the ground, started two podcasts, written several in-depth features, reviewed fitness gadgets, handled social media and most recently, taken charge of videos as well. He loves travelling, particularly to places not frequented by tourists. He keeps running half-marathons across the country and hopes to complete a full ...More
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