The Poco X4 GT smartphone debuted earlier as we speak and it is now becoming a member of our review queue. But first we wished to share our first impressions of the handset.
This gadget is similar to the Redmi Note 11T Pro in China – Dimensity 8100 chipset and a 144Hz display being its highlights. It enters the hyper-competitive sub-€400 value section, although so it might want to actually impress with its efficiency to face an opportunity of creating a serios impression.
Our unit is in an understated Gray coloration. The sides are flat, which is a superb characteristic, however the display and again panel are 2.5D curved, making the handset really feel weirdly chunky in the palm. The display itself is a 6.6” LCD that may work in three completely different refresh modes – 60Hz, 90Hz, and 144Hz – there’s no 120 Hz choice.
We will dig deeper throughout our prolonged review to seek out out extra concerning the habits of every mode in completely different apps. The panel has a single punch gap for a fairly normal 16MP digicam.
We may also take our time to find out how the Dimensity 8100 performs – it is among the many few telephones to hold this chip, and positively the one with widest availability amongst them.
The again has two large lenses, aligned vertically, for the 64MP important and 8MP ultra-wide-angle cameras, whereas the 2MP macro cam is tossed to the aspect.
We do love the actual fact there’s a 3.5 mm audio jack on high even when there aren’t any earphones in the retail field; simply the 67W charger and a USB cable.
We do have Poco Launcher 2.0 operating and the Community and Store apps pre-installed, however the About web page says MIUI 13. And it is based mostly on Android 12 out of the field, which is good.
The Poco X4 GT is going through robust comptition, however now we have excessive hopes. Stay round for our full review the place we’ll have the ultimate verdict!