Best Sensitivity Settings in PUBG Mobile for Android Devices

Gaming on Android devices is different than on iOS. Players have to adapt differently in PUBG Mobile while playing on Android smartphones, so it brings changes in the sensitivity settings. In this blog, we’ll learn about the sensitivity settings in PUBG Mobile and the best settings to start playing the game for Android users.


PUBG mobile and sensitivity settings

Being a shooting, real-time and online multiplayer game, PUBG Mobile urges its players to react quickly to events and make sure they conquer every battle to get closer to winning the chicken dinner. Players can play this game with two different views: ‘Survival is the key’ or ‘Kills are mightier than survival’. Whichever category you fall into, you still have to fight for survival in the game unless you were to die from the blue zone.

As you progress in combat, there are many things to keep in mind. Of course, your K/D ratio would be beating the drums of your heart to not make mistakes and lower your K/D ratio. At the same time, you also want to get higher kill ratings by killing a lot of enemies. You could achieve all this if you have a good gaming feel and also the best sensitivity settings.

This leads to a question, what is sensitivity?

Professionals define sensitivity as the time it takes to swipe your fingers to move 180 degrees. A player with high sensitivity settings could turn 180 degrees with a quick swipe, while it would take relatively longer for another player with low sensitivity settings.

In PUBG Mobile, we can understand sensitivity as how quickly the game responds to your touch. It is similar to sensitivity in real life.

In real life, when an environmental factor triggers a stimulus, we react to it, but the activity we show during this event depends on how active and fresh our nervous system is, doesn’t it? But in PUBG Mobile, it’s the sensitivity settings that determine how fast your character spins left or right, up or down.

So, when are sensitivity settings useful in PUBG Mobile?

Well, we want to clear up a misconception that sensitivity settings are solely for recoil control. By this date, kickback control isn’t a big deal, but your potential to take 1v2, 1v3, or 1v4 battles are bigger milestones.

When fighting multiple enemies or multiple squads, you will have to change your targets in a very short time. While you shoot at an enemy, other enemies will also shoot at you. At that point, the time it takes you to move your target from the previous enemy to the enemy who is shooting at you accurate determines your level in PUBG Mobile.

And this is why you need the best sensitivity settings to win multiple battles at once. Now let’s look at the sensitivity settings.

Disclaimer

The following sensitivity settings are taken from SoulAman’s youtube video.


Best Sensitivity Settings in PUBG Mobile for Android Devices

Best Sensitivity Settings in PUBG Mobile for Android Devices
Best Sensitivity Settings in PUBG Mobile for Android Devices

Camera Sensitivity (Free Look)

These settings are very useful. If these settings are extremely low, it can cost you a lot during combat. It is the settings that control the movement of the eye button that appears during skydiving, driving and moving. Using the eye button is that it helps to get a 360 degree view of your surroundings and is extremely helpful during TPP battles.

  • Third person camera (character, vehicle): 100%
  • Camera (skydiving): 100%
  • First Person Camera (character): 70%

Camera

This setting guides the character’s movement. It becomes inactive as soon as you open the range of a rifle.

  • Third person Out of range: 60%
  • First Person No Reach: 88%
  • Red Dot, Holographic, Aim Assist: 50%
  • 2x range: 30%
  • 3x range: 22%
  • 4x range: 14%
  • 6x range: 12%
  • 8x range: 10%

ADS sensitivity

ADS stands for Aim Down Sight. This sensitivity is activated when you open a scope attached to the one you are wearing.

  • Third person No coverage: 60%
  • First Person No Reach: 88%
  • Red Dot, Holographic, Aim Assist: 50%
  • 2x range: 30%
  • 3x range: 22%
  • 4x range: 20%
  • 6x range: 12%
  • 8x range: 44%

Gyroscope Sensitivity

Gyroscope is an added feature for Android users. If you have a high-end Android device, we recommend that you always use this feature as Gyroscope Open. If you’re using a low-end device, you can play with Gyroscope turned off. Turning it off will affect your gameplay a bit, but remember: some eSports players play with the gyroscope turned off.

  • Third person No coverage: 150%
  • First Person No Reach: 150%
  • Red dot, holographic, aim assist: 215%
  • 2x range: 220%
  • 3x range: 126%
  • 4x range: 95%
  • 6x range: 63%
  • 8x range: 39%

Video on how to reduce lag in Android smartphones by SoulAman


What makes gaming different in Android?

Android smartphones are not fully optimized like iOS devices. Heating, frame drop and lag are the main issues that players face while playing PUBG Mobile on Android. It doesn’t matter which Android phone from which company you bought, how much RAM it contains, after all, during the crucial moment of the battles, you will see a drop in performance in the game. You can reduce it to some extent by following these tips:

  • Buy a smartphone cooler or table fan or sit in an air-conditioned room: Your smartphone is also a computing device. And the optimum temperature for computer hardware is around 22 degrees Celsius. So you either have to control the temperature of your room or control the temperature of your smartphone.
  • Remove the cover from your smartphone: Any external case or cover you use for your Android smartphone will trap the heat inside the device and raise the temperature. When removed, the heat is given a larger area to escape to the environment, so there is a slightly more chance of stable performance.
  • Do not wear RP clothing: Yes, this is another way to reduce lag in smartphones. You should try your best not to wear any of the dresses or equip weapon skins that require additional graphics processes. These put a strain on your device’s processor and it eventually heats up.

So, these were the top three tips to reduce heating in Android smartphones.

Also read:

Best Gyroscope Sensitivity Settings for PUBG Mobile in 2021


How to master the above sensitivity settings?

No pain no gain. Nothing comes to you without any effort. To get good at something, you have to practice that good thing regularly. Perfect practice makes a man perfect. To master the aforementioned sensitivity settings, you need to dedicate yourself to the game and immerse yourself in the character. Then go to the training area and practice sprays without attachments. That is it.

Updated: March 14, 2022 — 11:37 am

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