Looking to buy Laptop for Android game development and playing games like GTA 5 an medium to low settings

Mk77777

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My laptop model:ASUS R55UQ
My laptop specs is:
Ram :12 GB ddr4
GPU: GTX 940mx
Display:Fhd
Processer:i5 7th gen
HDD:1 TB
Is this enough for gaming high graphic games like GTA 5 on medium to low settings and for Android game development.i am not hardcore gamer and want portability mainly but will buy a gaming PC in couple of months but want a laptop now below 50000 rs my choice is NEW ASUS R55UQ pls tell if this is enough for medium to low settings gameplay and for Android game developmentand how much future proof it is.
My gaming PC question is headlined building a gaming PC please do look at it and suggest any changes.
 

Ramlethal

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If you are going to use this for intensive games and game development. Do everyone a favor and do not buy a laptop... Also i dunno if your goal is strictly tied to "mobile" gaming But you can build a 3 times better pc with the same money you are investing on a pre-built laptop...
Gaming Laptops tends to be Expensive, less powerful and even more troublesome than desktop pcs the only adventage it offers its the capacity to Move them and translate them everywhere easily.

I would suggest you a PC like this:

CPU : I5 6500
MOBO : Gigabyte Z170x
GPU: GTX 1060 6 gb
Psu : 650 W Evga
HDD: 1 TB WD Blue
Ram : 16 GB Vengance 2133 mhz
OS : Windows 7 64-bits
 

DeamonSlayer13

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Ramlethal is right. a gaming laptop is overpriced and a bit slower. but here is where he is somewhat wrong. your "to purchase laptop" can run GTA 5 with these settings with the 12gb of ram: http://
when you can get a $1300 gaming computer (Canadian price is $1300 American is around $1000) with these specs: http://
which can run GTA 5 around these levels: http://
which is 10 times faster than what you are trying to make with that Asus laptop that you are planning to buy. my suggestion would be to get this laptop or an "MSI Apache PRO" which is 100 dollars more but comes with a SteelSeries RGB keyboard and better cooling, with the downfall of a thicker and heavier chassis. hope this helped!
 

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