The Xiaomi Poco sub-brand has launched another attractive Android phone at an affordable price with the M4 Pro 5G version.
The Poco M3 Pro 5G was released six months ago, but it seems that the M4 Pro 5G is already replacing the previous generation. That means some upgrades and improvements in a familiar package that includes a 6.6-inch screen that’s slightly larger than the 6.6-inch 90Hz FHD+ LCD. You’ll find a central perforated notch and fairly thin bezels on each side here with Gorilla Glass 3 providing protection for the panel.
Inside, the Poco M4 Pro 5G uses a MediaTek Dimensity 810 chipset and is backed by 4 or 6GB of RAM with 64 and 128GB storage configurations – with microSD card support provided here as well. All-day power must be ensured by a large 5,000mAh internal battery that can be charged at 33W speeds here as well. Wired audio connections are offered with a 3.5mm headphone port while biometric security is provided by a side-mounted capacitive fingerprint scanner.
On the back, the Poco M4 Pro includes a 50MP main sensor and 8MP ultrawide. However, the rear camera bump appears to include some additional lenses. This is just cosmetic and hosts the LED flash and some stickers for the “artificial intelligence” that the camera system provides. As for the selfie camera, it is 16 megapixels.
Poco M4 Pro will ship with Android 11 pre-installed without any information on whether or not an Android 12 update will arrive. You’ll be able to get it in Power Black, Cool Blue and Poco Yellow starting at €230 for the 4/64GB version while the upgraded 6/128GB model will cost €250.
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