MIR4: meet minimum requirements and cell phones to play

‘From my battle to our war’. If you recognized this motto, then you know I’m talking about MIR4. The Korean MMORPG that is free to play and can be played on Android and iOS phones. That’s why we’ve listed five phones, at different prices, that have the minimum requirements for the game: screen, battery and performance.

How does MIR4 work?

Before our list of cell phones, let’s have a brief explanation of what the game is all about. MIR4 is an RPG game where you play as a warrior traveling through countless realistic scenarios. You can complete missions or explore the map as you wish.

In addition, MIR4 uses the Draco, which is an NFT currency. It serves to monetize the game, that is, it is a way to earn money when playing. Yes that’s right.

The value of the Draco MIR4 is currently estimated at R$0.01. And with that amount, many people wonder: how to make money on MIR4?

In-game exchanges allow players to exchange this currency for land money. Binance-style exchanges are available in Draco.

Best phones to play MIR4

little M3

The Poco M3 is a mid-range phone from Xiaomi that has two good requirements to play MIR4: screen and battery.

The Poco M3 cell phone has a large 6.53-inch screen and an IPS LCD panel. In addition, it has a Full HD+ screen of 2340 x 1080 pixels. The screen still has Gorilla Glass 3 protection.

Regarding the display, a negative point is the brightness, which is a little low.

If you are in an open or very bright place, you will probably have to leave the brightness to maximum to see well.

With a 6,000 mAh battery, the model can withstand, on average, up to three days of moderate use, enough to satisfy those who want to spend a few hours playing MIR4.

The Poco M3 is powered by a Snapdragon 662 processor (Qualcomm’s mid-range model) that has eight cores and a maximum speed of 2 GHz.

Galaxy A32

Galaxy A32 is also a good phone to play MIR4. It has a 6.4-inch screen, high resolution display, Super AMOLED panel (which has greater clarity and more vivid colors than the traditional LCD).

In addition, the model features Full HD+ resolution (1080 x 2400 pixels) and a refresh rate of 90 Hz.

As for the battery, the Galaxy A32 has a 5,000 mAh battery. Samsung promises two days of use, or up to 19 hours of browsing, however, if you want a device that lasts a long time to play MIR4, it’s better to focus on other requirements.

The model comes with a MediaTek Helios G80 processor, an intermediate with eight cores and a maximum speed of 2 GHz. 

Galaxy A72

The Galaxy A72 has a very complete spec set, making it a good mid-range phone. It has a 6.7 inch screen, which is big and comfortable for playing MIR4.

The smartphone also comes with a Super AMOLED panel, which has high clarity and vivid colors, and Full HD+ resolution (1080 x 2400 pixels).

Like most cell phones in its category, the A72 comes with a 5,000 mAh battery, providing up to two days of charging.

So, if you like to spend hours playing MIR4, the Samsung phone will require more than one daily charge.

The Galaxy A72 datasheet also includes a Snapdragon 720G processor, a Qualcomm octa-core with a maximum speed of 2.3 GHz and 6 GB of RAM.

Redmi Note 11

The Redmi Note 11 has a 6.43-inch AMOLED screen, with a refresh rate of 90 Hz and Full HD+ resolution.

It also has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 technology, to protect from possible scratches or scratches, which is great for those who get too excited about the MIR4 and run the risk of dropping the device.

About the battery, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 has a power of 5,000 mAh, promising to leave the cell phone unplugged for two days.

The Redmi Note 11 uses the Snapdragon 680 processor. The chip is an octa-core that reaches speeds of up to 2.4 GHz.

It has versions with 4 GB and 6 GB of RAM, which should be enough to run MIR4 well. It also has a virtual RAM feature, which should further improve its performance.

Galaxy S22

If you have a good cell phone to play MIR4, that cell phone is the Galaxy S22. That’s because Samsung’s premium smartphone has a powerful data sheet.

For starters, the screen is 6.1 inches and features 2x Dynamic Amoled technology, an evolution of Super Amoled, featuring high levels of brightness, up to 1,300 NIT to be more specific and with Full HD+ resolution.

The device’s screen has a 120 Hz refresh rate and has auto-switching and a 240 Hz touch sample rate that makes for an ideal display for gaming.

As not everything is flowers, the battery of the S22 leaves something to be desired. It’s 3,700 mAh, that is, below the other models listed.

So if you want to play MIR4 on your Galaxy, it’s good to have an outlet close by.

On the other hand, the performance is a positive point, as the smartphone has a Snapdragon 8 gen 1 processor and the RAM memory is 8 GB, while the internal space can be 128 or 256 GB.