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“The best Snapdragon 870 smartphone on the market.” Poco F4 5G unveiled with 64MP camera, IP53 rating and 4500mAh battery

The Poco brand today officially unveiled the Poco F4 5G smartphone, which has been talked about a lot lately. In fact, under this designation, the global debut of the Redmi K40S model took place, which was released in China a few months ago along with the Redmi K50 and Redmi K50 Pro. There is only one difference – the main image sensor of the Poco F4 5G has a resolution of 64 megapixels versus 48 megapixels for the Redmi K40S.

The Poco F4 5G is called “the best Snapdragon 870 smartphone on the market.” He received a flat screen AMOLED Samsung E4 with Full HD + resolution and a frame rate of 120 Hz. The diagonal is 6.67 inches, and protection is provided by tempered glass Gorilla Glass 5. The smartphone itself is protected from dust and water in accordance with the degree of IP53.

The company calls the device a flagship, and believes that a 4500 mAh battery is enough for a flagship, especially if it supports 67 W charging. The main camera is represented by three sensors with a resolution of 64, 8 and 2 megapixels, the main module has an optical image stabilization system. The resolution of the embedded front camera is 20 megapixels.

Here are examples of pictures taken with the main camera of the device:

In Poco, the “novelty” is called one of its thinnest and lightest flagships: the weight is 195 grams, the thickness is 7.7 mm.

Prices have already been announced for both the Indian market and the global market. In Europe, Poco F4 5G will be available in two versions – 6/128 GB for 400 euros and 8/256 GB for 450 euros. But for the first buyers there is a discount of 50 euros. There are three versions offered in India: 6/128GB ($360), 8/128GB ($385), and 12/256GB ($435). Here, too, the first buyers are promised a discount of $ 50.

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