Xiaomi’s mid-range is characterized by having heart-stopping specifications at an extremely low price. Mobiles like the Redmi Note 11 or the POCO M5 are proof that you don’t need to spend a lot of money to get the most out of your favorite games.
Even so, there are times when games come onto the market that need a lot of resources, and it is possible that a mid-range, no matter how well balanced and an unbeatable quality-price ratio it may have, can’t handle that much graphics load. That’s where it comes into play the new update of the Google Play Store.
Now you will know if a game will perform well on your Xiaomi mobile before downloading it
Until now, if a game caught our eye on the Google app store, we had to download it to find out if our Xiaomi, Redmi or POCO mobile could handle it. On many occasions, downloading it meant waiting valuable time, and if it didn’t work right afterwards, that time would have been in vain.
Now, and according to comments from PhoneArena and in Twittersome Android users are starting to see a kind of ‘warning’ that notifies you about the performance of video games on the device on which you are going to install themthus avoiding wasting time downloading it so that it does not work correctly later.
As can be seen in the screenshot you have shared a Twitter userwhen entering the download page of a game available in the Google Play Store for Android, just below the Install button, a box will appear with a text that, translated from English, reads as follows:
- Recent data on similar devices shows that this app may stop working.
Although this function was announced by Google in October last yearit seems that now it is expanding to all Android devices, and it is very likely that it will reach our country In the next weeks.
In any case, that Google itself inform us about possible errors that may appear in a game it will make us rethink its installationespecially if we have a Redmi or a POCO, which are usually devices more focused on the mid-range, and whose performance may be less than required for a high performance game.
Source and image | PhoneArena