64 MP camera and 90 Hz screen

The premiere of the Xiaomi POCO M4 is a matter of weeks. The new equipment will be released in February, and today it reveals the first details! What do we know about him?

Xiaomi POCO M4 in the first details

Xiaomi POCO M3 will soon have a successor – POCO M4 reveals the first details about its specification, this time thanks to leaks provided by the leakster Mukul Sharma.

According to him, the latest smartphone will be equipped with MediaTek processor – however, we do not know yet which system the manufacturer will decide on. POCO M4 will work on Android 11 with the MIUI 12.5 overlay.

The smartphone will also be equipped with a triple camera module with a 64 MP main sensor, a wide 8 MP angle and an additional 2 MP sensor. This is a good change – the predecessor has a 48 MP + 2MP + 2MP set on board.

As for the display (most likely IPS), it will receive Full HD + resolution and will refresh the image at a level of 90 Hz slightly higher than the POCO M3.

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Xiaomi POCO M3 / photo: gsmManiaK

In summary, the first reports do not reveal many details yet. Certainly, in the coming days there will be more information about the upcoming middle school. The most important thing that we know today is that Xiaomi replaced Qualcomm with MediaTek this time, opted for a more powerful camera and a better screen. These are important changes that we will be pleased with, as long as the leaks turn out to be 100% real. What about the price?

Xiaomi POCO M4 is expected to go on sale from the beginning of February. It will appear globally – we can expect a lower price than what we will pay for the POCO M4 Pro, a more expensive smartphone variant that is already available in Poland.

On the Vistula River, Poco M4 Pro costs PLN 1099/1199 depending on the memory variant. So it heralds an even more affordable price for his younger brother.

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