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  Reply # 1589827 11-Jul-2016 17:19
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the P8 lite has no problem playing it





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  Reply # 1589890 11-Jul-2016 18:51
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My son has a Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace SM-J110M which only has 1GB ram.
He says it is a little slow to load, but runs fine.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1590335 12-Jul-2016 14:48
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I'm playing on a Voda Smart Prime. The AR mode does not work and it gets a bit sluggish after extended play but apart from  that I'm having a blast.

 

 

I've got pretty much the same experience on my Vodafone Smart Prime too. It's actually easier to play with AR turned off, the pokemon don't jump around so much, so no real lose there. The Smart Prime's are still selling for $150, a bit cheaper if you find one on sale.


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