Battlegrounds Mobile India: These phones will not be able to play the game; a complete list can be seen here.

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Although the Battlegrounds Mobile India beta version is now available, some smartphone users will be unable to try it out. Check out the details here to see if your phone is compatible with the game.

The Battlegrounds Mobile India beta version is now available for everyone in the country, with the exception of Android users. The battle royale game is still unavailable for iPhone users. According to reports, an iOS version of Battlegrounds Mobile India is in the works and will be launched soon. While the Battlegrounds Mobile India beta version is available, some smartphone users will be unable to try it out. Take a look at the specifics here.

The Battlegrounds Mobile India game may be downloaded from the Google Play store. Several APK and OBB download links for the game are also circulating on the internet, however we advise you to avoid them because they are not genuine.

Aside from allowing you to download the game, the Google Play store listing also provides information about the game’s supported devices. According to the game creator Krafton, your device must meet specific requirements in order to be compatible with Battlegrounds Mobile India. Look over the prerequisites here.

Of course, it has to be an Android phone with at least 2GB of RAM. Since practically all phones these days have 2GB of RAM, this shouldn’t be a problem for you.

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The phone’s operating system must be Android 5.1.1 or higher.

-Krafton also specified in the Google Play store listing that the phone must be linked to a stable internet connection in order to play Battlegrounds Mobile India. A good WiFi network is preferred. Your phone must have a speed of at least 4-5 Mbps in order to run the game.

The Battlegrounds Mobile beta update for India is available on Google Play. Simply go to the Play Store and select the “install” option. The game’s beta edition is full of flaws and issues, and Krafton wants users to report them. The plan is to provide a stable version at the time of release, which should be a few weeks away.




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