Call Of Duty Mobile will arrive very soon to Android. This video game will be available to compete against the greats that we can currently download on our mobile. Among them, Fortnite and PUBG. The new video game will have some requirements for Android phones, as manufacturers add different configurations and components. Thanks to the beta phase of this game, which has started in Peru, We can already know what the requirements are in an Android mobile.

  
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The truth is that the characteristics necessary to play the new Call Of Duty are nothing of the other world. If you have a mid-range terminal you can play perfectly, although it has to meet these requirements. First, that has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 or higher processor. For example, if your terminal has a Spandragon 675, you can play perfectly. The same if your device has the Snapdragon 845 or Snapdragon 855 chip. They are also compatible with Kirin 700 and higher processors, as well as any other equivalent Mediatek processor. As for the graphics card, an adreno 506 GPU, an equivalent or a higher one, will be necessary. On the other hand, at least 3 GB of RAM will be necessary.

It will also be necessary to have up to 3 GB of internal storage available. So if you have a mobile with 16 GB, you better save space.

Phones compatible with Call Of Duty

So, What mobiles will be used to play Call of Duty for mobiles? All those mid-range and high-end terminals presented during this year will work perfectly. For example, the Huawei P30 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy A70, Samsung Galaxy A80, OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7 Pro, LG G8 ThinQ, Xiaomi Mi 9T, Xiaomi Mi A3 and more terminals.

What happens if I don't have a compatible mobile? Call Of Duty may not run on your mobile. Or in any case, it does not work properly, with limitations and cuts.

Via: AndroidPhoria.

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