New Poco M4 5G reaches globally finally. In April, the Poco M4 5G was introduced in India; now, it is time for other markets to follow suit. The primary and front-facing cameras have outdated sensors, which the firm reintroduced when it released the phone internationally.
The rest of the specifications are unchanged, even down to the RAM and chipset combinations. The Poco M4 5G’s screen is still a 6.58″ LCD with Full HD+ resolution and a refresh rate of up to 90 Hz. The memory available to the Dimensity 700 chip is either 4/64 GB or 6/128 GB.
The 5,000 mAh battery, which supports 18W fast charging but only 22.5W with the included adapter, is another feature that hasn’t changed. Instead of 50 MP, the primary camera is now 13 MP and includes the same 2 MP depth sensor.
New Poco M4 5G reaches globally finally
The 5 MP sensor and f/2.2 aperture are found behind the waterdrop notch on the front-facing camera. This budget phone was released by Poco with MIUI 13 for Poco on top of Android 12. It does have “5G” in its name, and new SA/NSA bands have been made available due to M4’s global reach.
Black, Blue, and the distinguishing POCO Yellow are the available color options for the Poco M4 5G. According to recollection, the corporation advised a price range of $200–$230, but emphasized that customers should “verify information in the local market.” Because of its poor performance and lack of outstanding specs, we reviewed the phone and came to the conclusion that it is difficult to recommend.