A Riot Games already defined the minimum requirements e compatible cell phones to rotate League of Legends Wild Rift ou LoL Mobile, call it what you like.
All information in this article is based on a RIOT OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. Look here.
– Minimum requirements not Android
In fact, on the official website, not all compatible phones are listed, but for League of Legends Wild Riftl it is defined that you need to have at least one Snapdragon 410 e GPU Adreno 306.
- Snapdragon 410 or higher processor.
- Adreno 306 GPU or higher.
- 1,5 GB of RAM.
This means that any Android smartphone from 2014 with at least 2GB of RAM should run the game.
– Recommended Non-Android Requirements
Although the minimum requirements are necessary to run the game at 30 fps. It's really good to run the game at 60 fps. For this you will need at least:
- Snapdragon 635 or higher processor.
- Adreno 506 GPU or better
- 3 GB of RAM.
– Examples of League of Legends Wild Rift compatible Android phones
Example of Android smartphones to run League of Legends Wild Rift. This is an unofficial listing, the game should arrive with absurd compatibility, so there's no need to worry.
- Motorola G4, G5, G6, G7
- Motorola G4 Plus
- Motorola E6
- Any other more powerful device
- Galaxy J5, j6, J7 and J8
- Galaxy S6, S7, S8, S9, S10
- Galaxy A7, A10, A20, A30, A50 e etc.
- LG K10
- X power
- K11 Plus
- LG Q61
- Zenfone 4
- Zenfone 5
- Zenfone Max
- Zenfone 6
- Redmi 3, Redmi 4 e etc
- Mi4, Mi5, Mi6 Mi7, Mi8 Mi9
- Mi note, Redmi Note 7, Redmi 4A etc
- Mi A1, Mi A2, Mi A3 and so on
As we can see, the game's minimum requirements are really low. I believe that only really very old phones like the first Moto G (2013) and Galaxy Pocket will be incompatible.
– 32 bits ou 64 bits?
League of Legends Wild Rift is compatible with old smartphones with 32-bit processor. If your device is old, but has 2GB of RAM or more, it will most likely be able to run Wild Rift on the “low” video setting.
Smartphones with a 64-bit processor, but a 32-bit system (ROM), will also be compatible with Wild Rift.
To check which architecture your smartphone's processor is on. Download an app that shows its specs, like 64bit checker.
– Watch out for “root” and “alternative ROMs”
It is worth remembering that League of Legends Wild Rift game compatibility may depend on factors other than technical specifications.
It may be that Riot doesn't want rooted players to be able to access the game. For those who don't know, root is a procedure that unlocks the smartphone to access the "administrator" level of permission to run applications. Usually companies don't like this because it allows the use of mods and hacks within the game.
Another thing that Riot can “get in trouble” is with so-called “alternative ROMs”. If a ROM was not certified by Google for “Google Apps”, the game may appear as “Incompatible” when you search for it on Google Play.
– Minimum non-iOS requirements
On iOS things are a little simpler. Riot just disclosed that it intends to offer Wild Rift for devices like iPhone 6 or higher.
iPad compatibility was not mentioned. But we can expect something like iPad 4 or higher.
[originally published October 17, 2019]