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PUBG Mobile Lite vs PUBG Mobile: Game requirements, app size
Starting with minimum requirements for the game, as we mentioned at the start, PUBG Mobile requires at least 2GB of RAM to run the game at minimum settings. It is ideal to have more RAM to play with decent graphics. PUBG Mobile Lite, on the other hand, has been developed keeping low-end phones in mind. So, the game can work well on phones with less than 2GB RAM. With pretty much all smartphones packing in at least 2GB of RAM, except the extremely affordable Android Go phones with 1GB of RAM, running PUBG Mobile Lite shouldn't be an issue for most users.
In terms of the app size, while PUBG Mobile is 2.04GB to download and takes about 2.22GB on the phone, PUBG Mobile Lite is only around 491MB to download and takes 590MB storage space when installed. The total game storage will increase once you start playing the game as the game saves user data. The limited space requirement of PUBG Mobile Lite will certainly be a boon for consumers who have a total of 8GB or 16GB onboard storage and very little of that left to install anything.
PUBG Mobile, on the other hand, comes with three game modes – Classic, Arcade, and EvoGround. In Classic, you will get four maps – Erangel, Miramar, Sanhok, and Vikendi. In Arcade, there is War, Mini-Zone, Quick Match, and Sniper Training. EvoGround also includes three maps – TDM: Warehouse, Zombie: Darkest Night, and Zombie: Survive Till Dawn 2.
With PUBG Mobile, you have the option to choose between Third Person Perspective (TPP) and First Person Perspective (FPP), each of which slightly changes the available maps and there is no Arcade mode for FPP.
In terms of the available server options, PUBG Mobile Lite currently offers Asia and South America, whereas PUBG Mobile has got Asia, Middle East, North America, South America, Europe, and KRJP. Also, the server ping time for PUBG Mobile Lite is significantly longer compared to PUBG Mobile. On the same Wi-Fi network, we got 59-70ms