Poco M4 5G tipped with Dimensity 700 chipset, 50MP main camera


Xiaomi is adding to its Poco lineup, which might mean the arrival of a new M-series smartphone in the near future. Xiaomi’s latest phone looks to be a modified version of an existing Xiaomi model that has undergone minor cosmetic changes in order to be sold in other countries.

Poco M4 5G is expected to boast a 6.58″ display with FHD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 90 Hz, according to leaked pictures (240 Hz touch sampling rate). The Dimensity 700 chipset will be used in this variant instead of the higher-end MediaTek processor in the Pro model (instead of 810).

Maintaining a 50 megapixel sensor for the primary camera, but removing the ultra wide module, is the same camera arrangement (replaced with a 2 MP depth sensor). In addition, the front-facing camera has been reduced to 8 megapixels. Even though it’s “down” from the higher-priced Poco M4 Pro, it’s an upgrade over the Redmi 10 5G’s 5 MP camera.


IP52 certification is another upgrade over the Redmi, which is not good enough for a dive, but it is adequate to protect the phone from an accidental splash of water. The M4 5G is expected to weigh 200 grammes and include a camera island that spans the width of the device.

Regardless, it is expected to contain a 5,000 mAh battery, which is likely to offer a fast-charging feature (e.g. the Redmi 10 5G does 18W).

Even though the Poco F4 GT was only released earlier this week, teases for the upcoming Poco event are expected shortly.


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