[Tested] Apex Legends Mobile graphics and FPS settings tested on 15 processors!

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Apex Legends is among the most popular battle royale shooters in the market and fans of the title will now be able to play the game on mobile devices too. To wit, two years since it was first announced, Electronic Arts is finally launching the game for Android and iOS devices across the globe. Unsurprisingly, there is a lot of commotion on the interwebs pertaining to the game’s performance and how it will scale across a myriad of different SoCs. If you find yourself in the same boat then read on, as today, I will be listing the graphics and FPS setting for Apex Legends Mobile on some of the most popular mobile chipsets.

Apex Legends Mobile:

First things first, let’s take a closer look at the title’s in-game graphics and FPS settings. On that note, the game allows users to switch between five different graphics settings namely Smooth, Normal, HD, Ultra HD, Extreme HD and Original. It goes without saying that the Original preset offers the best visuals of the lot, however, it is bound to tax and heat your device all that more as well. As for the FPS settings, the game comprises four different tabs dubbed Normal (30FPS), High (40FPS), Very High (50FPS) and Ultra (60FPS). What’s more, much like other BR titles like BGMI and CoD Mobile, buyers can mix and match various graphics and FPS presets to get the best performance out of their device. But, enough chitter-chatter – let’s take a look at how the game scales on various mobile SoCs.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 695:

Test device – Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Ultra HD graphics:
FPS setting – Up to High FPS (40FPS)
Original graphics preset – Not supported:

Qualcomm Snapdragon 768G:

Test device – iQOO Z3 (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Ultra HD graphics:
FPS setting – Up to High FPS (40FPS)
Original graphics preset – Not supported:

MediaTek Helio G96:

Test device – Redmi Note 11S (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Ultra HD graphics:
FPS setting – Up to High FPS (40FPS)
Original graphics preset – Not supported:

MediaTek Dimensity 700:

Test device – POCO M3 Pro 5G (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Ultra HD graphics:
FPS setting – Up to High FPS (40FPS)
Original graphics preset – Not supported:

MediaTek Dimensity 920:

Test device – Realme 9 Pro Plus 5G (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Ultra HD graphics:
FPS setting – Up to High FPS (40FPS)
Original graphics preset – Not supported:

Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G:

Test device – iQOO Z5 (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Extreme HD graphics:
FPS setting – Up to Ultra FPS (60FPS)
Original graphics preset – Not supported:

MediaTek Dimensity 1200:

Test device – OnePlus Nord 2 (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Extreme HD graphics:
FPS setting – Up to Ultra FPS (60FPS)
Original graphics preset – Not supported:

Qualcomm Snapdragon 855:

Test device – OnePlus 7 (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Extreme HD graphics:
FPS setting – Up to Ultra FPS (60FPS)
Original graphics preset – Not supported:

Qualcomm Snapdragon 860:

Test device – Xiaomi Pad 5 (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Extreme HD graphics:
FPS setting – Up to Ultra FPS (60FPS)
Original graphics preset – Not supported:

Qualcomm Snapdragon 865:

Test device – OnePlus 8T (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Original graphics:
FPS setting – Up to Ultra FPS (60FPS) with Extreme HD graphics:
Original graphics preset – Supported (with FPS capped at Normal)

Qualcomm Snapdragon 888:

Test device – OnePlus 9 Pro (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Original graphics:
FPS setting – Up to Ultra FPS (60FPS) with Extreme HD graphics:
Original graphics preset – Supported (with FPS capped at Normal)

Exynos 2100:

Test device – Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Extreme HD graphics:
FPS setting – Up to Ultra FPS (60FPS)
Original graphics preset – Not supported:

MediaTek Dimensity 8100:

Test device – OnePlus 10R (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Original graphics:
FPS setting – Up to Ultra FPS (60FPS) with Extreme HD graphics:
Original graphics preset – Supported (with FPS capped at Normal)

Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1:

Test device – Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Original graphics:
FPS setting – Up to Ultra FPS (60FPS) with Extreme HD graphics:
Original graphics preset – Supported (with FPS capped at Normal)

Apple A15 Bionic:

Test device – Apple iPhone 13 (review)

Graphics setting – Up to Original graphics:
FPS setting – Up to Ultra FPS (60FPS) with Extreme HD graphics:
Original graphics preset – Supported (with FPS capped at Normal)

Evidently, Apex Legends Mobile runs admirably, even on affordable Android devices. We will have more content around the latest battle royale title from EA up on our blog shortly, so stay tuned. Until then, do let us know in the comments below which legend’s abilities you liked the most in the comments below.

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