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PUBG Mobile vs Free Fire, which runs smoother on a Potato HP?

GAMEFINITY.ID, Jakarta – Speaking of battle royale games, PUBG Mobile and Free Fire can be called the two favorite games right now. Both games can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. In addition to Battle Royale matches, both games also offer interesting game modes that gamers can enjoy.

The fact is that not all mobile gamers are supported by smartphone gaming devices. The two games themselves don’t actually require a high-end smartphone with specific specs to run. Some low-end smartphones, also known as potato phones, can also run both games, although of course not as smoothly as on high-end smartphones.

GAMEFINITY.ID tries to investigate the compatibility of the game with low-end Android devices. Three things to consider are RAM, Operating System (OS), and disk space.

1. RAM

Both games require a phone with at least 2GB of RAM to run smoothly. 4 GB of RAM is recommended for a good gaming experience.

2. Operating system

Android version 4.1 and higher is required for Free Fire. The Google Play Store itself doesn’t mention the Android requirements for PUBG Mobile and says “Varies by device”. While iOS 9.0 or higher is required to run PUBG Mobile on the Apple version. iOS 8.0 is the minimum requirement for Free Fire.

3. Storage

This aspect is a crucial factor in determining which game is better suited for potato HP. The latest PUBG Mobile update is quite surprising as the mobile game download size has been reduced to 610MB. This gives owners of low-end devices a chance to enjoy the popular Battle Royale game. The download size of Free Fire is 680 MB, which is more storage space than PUBG Mobile.


After the last update, low-end HP owners seem to be able to play PUBG Mobile more smoothly than Free Fire. However, there may be lag issues in gameplay. One solution is to reduce the quality of the game’s graphics to improve gameplay.

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