With the launch of PUBG Mobile Lite, Tencent Games have done a huge favor to gamers with lower-end smartphones. With this new Lite version, you can play the most addictive battle royale game even on any cheap smartphone.
Earlier, with the original PUBG Mobile version, one has to keep in mind certain factors including the device requirements before installing the game in his smartphone. But this is not the problem anymore. With PUBG Mobile Lite, you can play PUBG on your device with minimum requirements.
But a question still arises that which is the cheapest phone you can play PUBG on??
Which Is the Cheapest Phone That Can Run PUBG Mobile Lite?
It is said that you can run PUBG Mobile Lite on some of the most affordable phones under Rs. 8,000.
To test whether it is true or not that PUBG Mobile Lite runs on affordable phones, we tested the game performance on some of the best affordable phones in the market right now. These include Realme C2, Redmi Go, Redmi 7A, and also Nokia 2.2.
Before heading towards the final verdict, first, let’s know the price range of each smartphone mentioned above.
- 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 starts at Rs. 5,999.
- Nokia 2.2 price in India starts at Rs. 7,699.
So, clearly, the cheapest smartphone is Redmi Go which is ultra-affordable and can fit easily in the budget.
Talking about the similarities and differences between the full version of PUBG Mobile and the PUBG Mobile Lite, both provide almost the same gaming effect as well as experience. However, there are some key differences between both the versions which you can not ignore. These differences include fewer as well as mini-maps, fewer players, fewer enemies, lower resolution, fewer missions and some more.
First of all, considering the low price range, the CPUs of these smartphones are surely not very powerful. But regardless of this fact, PUBG Mobile Lite still runs on these phones effortlessly and provides the same gaming experience as you would get with the full version PUBG Mobile.
The good thing is, with PUBG Lite you can easily spot your enemies because there are fewer players. The competition is less and so it is less frustrating.
While running the game on default settings, all these phones tend to drain about 8 to 10 percent battery which is completely normal. Surprisingly, these phones (specifically the Redmi Go) doesn’t get too hot unlike some mid-range phone that heats up to maximum pretty quickly – which is a plus point.
If we talk about the cons of running PUBG Lite on cheap phones, the main concern is the display size. Playing the game on a small screen with low resolutions can be a little frustrating. But, the fact that these affordable phones are able to run such a huge 3D game is quite impressive.
So, PUBG Mobile Lite can definitely run on the cheapest phone like Redmi GO easily. It has some of the drawbacks but it is totally acceptable with the lowest price range.