The Chinese company NetEase has launched the first Android emulator to offer virtualized Android 11 in Windows. This may come as a surprise, but the much-known BlueStacks runs on the old Android Nougat, but some games may require a newer version of Android. And that’s what the beta versions of the emulator are supposed to do MuMu Player 11 beta. It enters the market at a time when it has not yet managed to make the Amazon Store and emulation via the Android subsystem or the Google Play Games for PC application available worldwide on Windows.
You can currently find emulators on the market that support Android 7 Nougat or Android 9 Pie. MuMu Player 11 brings the previous generation of Android and at the same time allows you to install games on less powerful devices. Although the new emulator starts games very graphically demanding, it “bites” only 1GB of RAM from the operating memory.
It is also the first emulator to support the Vulkan API cross-platform, which has become the standard for calculating and rendering 3D graphics in previous years. Thanks to this, the emulator is proud of its support of the 120 fps framerat, which you will especially appreciate for graphically demanding RPGs and shooting games. The emulator also includes a module for recording the display or settings, in which you can solve any problems with the keyboard and mouse.
You can download the emulator for free here. However, system-level virtualization is required to run it. If you do not have it active, you will need to enable the feature in the BIOS. You may come across some laptop CPUs, on the contrary, we managed to install the “good first” on the desktop.
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