Xiaomi Poco F4 GT Price in Pakistan 2022
|Release Date in Pakistan 18 March 2022|
|Price in Pakistan is Rs. 99,999|
|Price in USA is 745$|
|Screen Size||6.67 Inches|
|Screen Resolution||1080 x 2400 Pixels|
|Pixel Density||395 PPI (Pixel per inches)|
|Screen Type||AMOLED Capacitive Touchscreen, Multitouch|
|Display Colors||16M Colors (means 16 million different colors, and each will have 256 different shades)|
|Touch Screen||Multitouch (to identify multiple touches on the screen at the same time)|
|Screen Refresh Rate||120Hz refresh rate|
|Screen Brightness Level||Glass front + Gorilla Glass Victus|
|CPU||Octa-core (1 x 3.00 GHz Cortex-X2 + 3 x 2.50 GHz Cortex-A710 + 4 x 1.80 GHz Cortex-A510)|
|Chipset||Qualcomm SM8450 Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (4 nm)|
|Triple Camera Setup||64 MP, f/1.7, 26mm (wide), 1/1.73″, PDAF|
|8 MP, f/2.2, (ultrawide)|
|2 MP, f/2.4, (macro)|
|Dual LED Flash|
|Back Flash Light||NA|
|Back Video Recording||4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30/60/120fps, 720p@960fps, HDR|
|Features||Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR, panorama|
|Front Camera||20 MP|
|Front Flash Light||NA|
|Front Video Recording||1080p@30/60fps, 720p@120fps, HDR|
|Internal Storage||128/256GB Built-in, UFS 3.1 (Universal Flash Storage)|
|RAM||8/12GB RAM, (Random-access memory)|
|Card Slot||MicroSDXC (uses shared SIM slot)|
|Battery Capacity||(Li-Po Non-removable), 4700 mAh|
|Battery Type||Li-Po Non-removable (Li-Po stands for Lithium-Polymer)|
|Battery Charging||Fast charging 120W, 100% in 17 min (advertised), Power Delivery 3.0, Quick Charge 3+|
|Operating System||Android 12 OS|
|Games||Built-in + Downloadable|
|Loud Speaker||Yes -Speaker Phone|
|Audio Jack 3.5 mm||–|
|Features||24-bit/192kHz audio, Tuned by JBL, Speaker Phone|
|WLAN||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/6e, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot|
|Bluetooth||v5.2 with A2DP, LE|
|Yes + A-GPS support Up to tri-band: GLONASS (1), BDS (3), GALILEO (2), QZSS (2), NavIC|
|USB||USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-Go|
|NFC||Yes (Near Field Communication)|
SIMs Features & Frequency
|SIM||Dual SIM, Dual Standby, (Nano-SIM)|
|2G Band||SIM1: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900|
SIM2: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
|3G Band||HSDPA 850 / 900 / 2100|
|4G Band||LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 8(900), 38(2600), 40(2300), 41(2500)|
|Data||GPRS, Edge, 3G (HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps), 4G LTE-A, 5G capable|
|Dimensions||162.5 x 76.7 x 8.5 mm|
|Colours||Stealth Black, Knight Silver, Cyber Yellow|
Other Smartphone Features
|Active noise cancellation document||–|
|Others||SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM|
Specs at Glance
Xiaomi POCO F4 GT Review, Specifications, and Camera Performance
Over the last couple of years, POCO has made a name for themselves for making killer phones. I don’t mean phones that go out of their way to destroy people, like some kind of terminator. I mean, ones that undercut the market in any specific area in terms of price, offering better value for money than the norm. The F series has traditionally been in the flagship killer area, with the F1, F2 Pro, and F3 all being really well received. In fact, the f3 here was actually featured in my top smartphones earlier this year. I still absolutely love what this offers for that 99,999 Pakistani price tag, but the thing is, all three of those original phones kind of fit into the sort of traditional makeup of what a smartphone is fairly standard in, but the POCO F4 GT is another species altogether, in a good way, but also not.
First of all, for context, this phone is designed to be a flagship killer and packs a serious punch with all of your usual 2022 power trimmings. the QUALCOMM snapdragon 81 up to 15 gigabytes of ram using the memory extension feature which can actually use three gigabytes of your storage if needed which tops out at 256 gigabytes UFS 3.1 upfront.
At our disposal, we have a large 6.67-inch 120 hertz OLED display, which is full HD and not Quad HD, but apart from that, it’s pretty lovely indeed. Gorilla glass Victus and aluminum construction go hand in hand with that metal frame.
At the moment we have a sim tray, volume rocker, type-c charging port, stereo speakers which are surprisingly decent, an IR blaster power button that doubles as a fingerprint scanner, and an alert slider.
Oh no no, it’s not what it is that these are gaming triggers, which brings me on to an interesting point later, but when we move either of the two sliders, pop-up triggers appear to enhance your gaming experience like you would on a console gaming pad. You can assign shortcuts to them and when both are activated at the same time, you get the game turbo mode launching gentian impact.
Now, For the record, I think triggers are actually quite ingenious on the surface of things and certainly, an exciting look into the possible future of how phones are made. They could make a lot of mobile games far more immersive if said games support the feature as it gives you far more control and feedback from the game you’re playing.
For example, it also stops the need for attaching clunky accessories, and the triggers are really nice and responsive currently, which brings me to a couple of potential downsides. Number one, the sliders actually feel a little bit on the flimsy side. Whether they are or not is a different matter, but durability is definitely something to keep an eye on with heavy hands. Food, dust, dirt, etc. could be a potential problem for the functionality, similar to when we had the pop-up cameras.
The big debate is whether it’s going to last over time and, number two, it certainly makes this phone more niche than your average standard device. A great addition for some, but a possible turn-off for others, as this phone now definitely feels a lot more like a premium gaming phone. As powerful as they often are, they genuinely have a few key drawbacks, and the same can be said for the POCO F4 GT.
So it’s all about priorities. If speed and overall performance are kings, then this is a sensational option with benchmarks that absolutely destroy my Samsung S22 ultra, especially in the multi-core scores. But if design and look and overall feel in the hand and camera performance to some extent is more imperative, then this and traditional gaming phones as well tend to let themselves down in that area.
POCO’s latest flagship has definitely shifted from the real pleasure of the Poco F3 with its gorgeous pearl shimmers and sloping rear curves to a more squared-off aggressive butting beast, the POCO F4 GT, and the camera is passable, but it’s not a key focus for POCO with this device.
The main 64-megapixel sensor is absolutely fine for standard everyday shots, no scrap that it’s really competitive. However, portrait shots tend to be a little soft, and if there is any movement in the scene, it may take several attempts to get anything close to one of the top flagship cameras’ performers. The biggest letdown here is the lack of any optical zoom. With no dedicated telephoto lens, you do get up to 10x digital zoom, but when compared to a phone that uses optical instead, there is no comparison in clarity.
Two times zoom is not as noticeable, but certainly, as you go up the range, it becomes a lot more clear what your priorities are. As you know, there is an eight-megapixel ultra-wide lens, which again can lack the details of the front runners, but it’s there and it’s an option to play around with, as is their 2-megapixel macro lens. As you know, I’m not a huge fan of low-megapixel macro lenses, especially when quite a few phones now provide a macro feature with the ultra-wide-angle lens.
Anyway, I certainly believe that the third lens on here could and should have been a telephoto lens and that two times three times maybe optical zoom would have felt like a much more rounded and complete camera system. You do get a lot of fun customization options, including the clone feature, vlog, and movie options, and you do get 4k 60fps video on the rear and 1080 60fps video on the front, as always with POCO and Xiaomi umbrella smartphones.
Another key feature of this phone is its 120-watt fast charging, which charges the 4700 mah battery cells up to full. I don’t know where I’m going with this. It’s a full charge in under 20 minutes, which was what I was going for. I do wish they had included a 5000mah battery cell, for example, especially in this kind of form factor, especially if you are going to be gaming on this for a long period of time. However, the actual charging cable does have a special side angle so that if you are gaming and charging at the same time, it does feel a little bit more streamlined.
place It’s a hard one for me because I felt they were really on the right track with the F3 and the F4 GT just feels a little off from a design and target market point of view. The F3 reminded me of the early one plus one with a premium package, decent cameras, great performance, high-end chips, budget price, or mid-range price, just a really well-rounded package, and while the F4 GT certainly has some of that, it just feels a little like a generic gaming phone with its rear design half squared off-path rounded edges and a fairly budget looking camera array and casing point.
This is the Black Shark 4 Pro, which the POCO F4 GT certainly feels is somewhat inspired by, but I actually think I prefer the look of the Black Shark. I do prefer the MIUI 13 for paco skin over Android 12 than the BS’s joy UI 12 version of me. UI bs BS meaning black shark not it’s clean and fairly stock in nature, which I like, fluid, snappy, and easy to navigate, but I really hope these settings menus are updated in the next big upgrade to 14.
They’re just a bit childlike in nature, especially with the icons, and I just feel they could do with a nice revamp. Overall, the POCO F4 GT is not for everyone. It has a weird and wacky makeup and a somewhat limited camera, but it’s an absolute powerhouse, and if you want a gaming phone with all the speed and performance of the top tier, then this is an elite phone.
Of course, it will retail for less than a lot of the top-tier flagship smartphones that are currently available.
Let me know what you think of the POCO F4 GT.
Is it a phone that you’ve been looking for?
Do you like the fact that they’ve gone down the kind of gaming style, or would you have preferred them to have stuck with the more traditional sort of premium flagship-looking device?
Frequently Ask Questions ( FAQs)
Q. What is the price of the Xiaomi Poco F4 GT in Pakistan?
Ans. Xiaomi Poco F4 GT price in Pakistan is Rs 99,999 and in Cost price in US Dollar $ 745.
Q. What is the Internal Storage and RAM of the Xiaomi Poco F4 GT?
Ans. Xiaomi Poco F4 GT has 128/256 GB internal storage with 8/12 GB of RAM
Q. What is the Battery Size of Xiaomi Poco F4 GT?
Ans. The smartphone has a 4700 mAh Battery with fast charging capacity.
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