Help?

this week has been difficult since I have not been able to play it and I need a phone that runs it well and is compatible to play it
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  • Post your current phone so the community can offer you alternatives.
  • ManthroManthro Posts: 2,539
    Any Android phone with a Snapdragon 636 should run it just fine in battery saver mode.

    Or just go apple, but I personally dislike iOS even though the graphics definitely look better.
  • SlayerSlayer Posts: 552
    edited February 5
    @BlackRazak you're needed here
  • Have a read at the Requirements Guide thread at: https://forums.transformersforgedtofight.com/discussion/6270/requirements-guide#latest

    @Zero117V, you may want to start by telling us the make and model of your phone.
  • Manthro wrote: »
    Any Android phone with a Snapdragon 636 should run it just fine in battery saver mode.

    Or just go apple, but I personally dislike iOS even though the graphics definitely look better.

    Doesn't the iPhone X have debilitating graphics issues with tftf? That may be one to avoid, if so.
  • ktomovktomov Posts: 216
    If you're going for new phone I would recommend Xiaomi Poco F1. It's combination of both worlds - flagship spec (SD845+6GB Ram) for the price of middle range Samsung - 300$. I have it for 5 months now and the game is running buttery smooth - no glitches, fast loading and I can play the game for hours without the need to constantly free ram.

    If you're going for a smaller budget - @BlackRazak's thread have all the information you need.
  • BlackRazakBlackRazak Posts: 2,092
    @ktomov @Slayer thanks for the heads up.
    @Zero117V ,
    Here are some quick recommendations, by budget:

    $80
    motorola moto c plus (MT6737, 2-16GB, A7.0)

    $110
    moto m (Helio P15, 4-32GB, A 7.0)

    $300
    pocophone F1 (SD845, 6-64GB, A8.0)

    $800
    iPhone XR

    $1300+
    iPhone XS
  • BlackRazakBlackRazak Posts: 2,092
    Update:
    Best iPhone, hands-down, for F2F remains the
    iPhone 8 (A11, 2-64GB, $540)

    I think it has to do with the LIMITED RAM and older GUI.
    F2F pegs it at medium settings, so better performance is achieved as game's not on full throttle.

    Like a <$80 Android phone on an MTK chipset gives a more STABLE rendition of F2F.

    XR and XS still very good (and extremely pretty), but overheating and battery life are issues
  • Out here doing amazing, you guys. Thanks for the help with this one!!
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