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Leaked real photos of POCO F4 5G: like Redmi K50

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As usual, the Xiaomi group is very eager to use the design and components of the phones to launch several identical models under the stamp of different brands. In Redmi, Xiaomi and POCO, this is something we usually see several times a year.

And today it was the turn of POCO, which could notr filtering his new POCO F4 5G, which was seen live thanks to several photos that have surfaced on the Internet.. Just on the same day that POCO announced on Twitter that said model is about to see the light of day. Not to be confused with GT.

What we said POCO F4 5G is related to Redmi K series. The camera bump at two heights and with three lenses arranged in a triangle shows a striking resemblance to the Redmi K50, K50 Pro and K40S.

But it’s not identical since the label on the back clearly states 64MP with Image Stabilization, while the Redmi K40S has a 48MP camera with OIS. For this we will talk about another sensor.

Apart from the camera changes, the new POCO F4 5G phone should have 6.67″ FHD+ AMOLED, 120Hz refresh rate, 6GB/128GB storage configurationa 4500 mAh battery with 67 W fast charging, stereo speakers and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.


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And probably an 8MP wide-angle and 2MP macro shooter on the back along with a 64MP main sensor, as well as a 20MP camera on the front. And inside it should be a Snapdragon 870, a high-end SoC from two generations ago.

When the Redmi K40S was launched in China in mid-March, it had a base price of €250 for the 6/128GB model. So we could see that this terminal arrived in Spain at a cost of about 300 euros after taxes. If so, we could be talking about a bestseller.

Source: Computer Hoy

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