OS: Android 9.0
Hardware: Snapdragon 855, 4GB
Rendering Quality: Ludicrous
Rendering Resolution: High
Texture quality: High
Limit framerate: Off
Airplane count: Very High
GeekBench Scores: 10583/3412
Notes: The S10 is a marvel of Samsung. The high graphics and feasible gameplay turns IF to a whole new level. Barely, if not, no lag is evident and performance at busy airports is exemplary
My personal favorite device. If someone would please add it then thank you.
Device : Xiaomi Redmi note 7 OS : Android 9.0 / MIUI 10 Rendering Quality : Good Rendering Resolution : High Texture Quality :High Anti-Aliasing : Off Limit Framerate : Off Airplane Count : Very High Notes:The Redmi note 7 is a mid-range device, with 2 versions (in Europe) 4Gb Ram + 64Gb, 3Gb RAM + 32Gb.
It is a device that can withstand high traffic in IF.
It has a Snapdragon 660 processor.
In my Opinion if you do not want to spend a lot of money on a device for IF, I recommend Redmi note 7.
I have bought it and I am very happy to have done it.
Hardware : Apple A12X Bionic, 4GB Rendering Quality: Ludicrous Texture Quality: High Anti-Aliasing: On Limit Frame rate: Off Airplane Count: Very High Notes: Amazing device! It can handle anything. I’ve been to really busy airports with over 50+ people and it still runs so smooth. Defiantly worth it!
Anyone have a new iPad Air (2019) and can review whether everything can be set to max with the XCub update? I’m considering a future upgrade in a while from my current iPad Air (2014) which can run max still but with slight lag (and no FNFs)…
There was no need to flag the commet, @Airwolf is indeed correct. However I will wait until all necessary Hot Fixes have been pushed first, as it appears multiple people, especially on the iOS side, are suffering performance issues and crashing.
I’d rather wait till it’s all good and stable before I do a full thread update 😉