If you want to test Playerunknown`s Battlegrounds on your mobile device, but it does not have robust settings to support the full version of the game, then PUBG Mobile Lite is the indication. The app preserves the main features of the original game, including weapons, graphics built with Unreal Engine 4 and the same gameplay mechanics.
Of course, because it is a more limited version, perhaps the games seem much shorter than normal, as there are "only" 40 players per room and the map has only 1/4 of the first PUBG Mobile. However, this reduction does not impact on adrenaline, nor on the aspect of survival that projected the title to success. So, fun is guaranteed.
What can hinder the use of PUBG Mobile Lite is that, as the game has not yet been released by the Brazilian Play Store, only from the Philippines, it will not be compatible if there is no VPN application installed on your smartphone. Some users even report that, even with a VPN, the game may experience blocking according to your region. That is, despite meeting all these requirements, there is no guarantee that the download will be completed.
We at Baixaki managed to complete the installation, but we have some caveats to make. The first is that the graphics, as expected, are below the average of the original PUBG Mobile. We also witnessed a bit of lag in the games and, in most of them, the impression we had was that we were facing bots controlled by the game, and not real players.
In any case, if you don't want to go to the trouble of resorting to a VPN, it might be better to wait for the official version to reach more countries on the Play Store.