How to choose a laptop for work (the graphics card)?

The choice fell on 2 laptops, all of them identical (processor i5 and 6GB RAM is only needed for Android Studio, Python, and PHP), in addition to graphics cards, one is designed for the latest games like Battlefield 4 to play on high/medium, and other high call of duty MW 1, play games is not going to. and just deal with the programming, I only care about CPU and RAM?
July 9th 19 at 12:54
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July 9th 19 at 12:56
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"in addition to cards, one designed for the latest games like Battlefield 4 to play on high/medium, and other high call of duty MW 1" as accurately as possible with the models? It is very vague wording. In General, if the game is not needed, then Intel HD is most preferable, because for basic tasks it will be enough, and the lack of unused in practice discrete increases the overall stability of the system.
I5 will be enough for Android Studio? - garrick commented on July 9th 19 at 12:59
: alas, I'm not a developer, this environment is not encountered. According to the official requirements of the head will suffice. As I understand it, the main resource-intensive task may be the compilation (in such cases, performance is never enough), i5 should be enough. But again, I'm not a programmer, therefore all subtleties do not know - Clotilde_Heaney commented on July 9th 19 at 13:02
: Thanks for the advice - garrick commented on July 9th 19 at 13:05

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