If you've used Unreal Engine 4, then why not continue with that and evaluate its mobile capabilities? It's been making some decent movement on that front ever since it became available for public use. If you need better customization of rendering and something more light weight, then I would recommend checking out Unity3D. It works quite well for mobile and you can get it to do a decent amount of stuff before performance starts becoming an issue on devices.
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