It really depends on your hardware such as CPU, amount of RAM, graphics capability, etc since it has to run both the emulator and the app. I don't think you should have much trouble with that app but there is only one way to find out and that is to try it.
Most phones run on only 1 or 2 GB of RAM. The on-board graphics chipsets these days are light-years ahead of what they were originally. The poor performance of the early ones has given them a general bad name that is no longer warranted. On the Intel processor line, most people, unless they are heavy duty action game players or are doing graphics rendering, would get no benefit going to a discrete graphics card.