some Exynos-powered Samsung phones will have some problems running Diablo Immortal
Wait, what do you think Exynos-powered phones are worse for? Why?
Called Diablo Immortal, it’s probably the biggest news of this week’s Android gaming game. In the meantime, for a good reason: We know fans have been waiting for this new approach to the series for years.
You know the reception for this game is a bit mixed; everyone wants to try it out for themselves. Unfortunately, if you use a Samsung phone powered by an Exynos-powered chip, you will have less experience. We say this based on user feedback.
Samsung’s phones built around these Exynos-powered chips have a reputation for being slightly worse than their already Snapdragon-based cousins.
Although Exynos’ best-performing devices, we still believe that these applications will at least work correctly. But as reported in a Reddit thread (via SamMobile) regarding Diablo Immortal, Exynos users may encounter many visual artifacts, from minor texture errors to game breakage issues when playing the game.
Most of these were initially reported to only affect budget phones such as the Galaxy A13 or older flagships such as the Galaxy S10 and Note10 lineup. Still, it has been reported by a few that we may be affected by recent flagship phones such as the Galaxy S22 series.
The Diablo Immortal development team was aware of this problem. In fact, they are working on releasing a solution as soon as possible.
At the moment, there seems to be no solution; in fact, the team seems to be exploring download disabilities on these devices.
The problem is with Exynos-powered phones, not all Samsung phones – if you have a Snapdragon chipset, you should have no problems playing the Diablo Immortal game.
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