Poco will launch this popular smartphone with 64MP camera next month!


Poco can launch its M series Poco M4 smartphone very soon. A new report states that Poco M4 may launch in February. Specifications of Poco M4 are being talked about 64MP camera and display with a refresh rate of 90Hz. It is being told that its launch to be held in February will be global.

Tipster Mukul Sharma MySmartPrice Along with it has been revealed that Poco M4, the successor of Poco M3 launched last year, will be launched in February. Information about the processor of Poco M4 has also been revealed. But the report only states that it will be equipped with MediaTek processor and Poco M4 will be a 5G smartphone.

Poco M4 Specifications (Expected)

Regarding the specifications of the Poco M4, the tipster has revealed that the phone will have a triple camera setup with a 64MP OV64B40 sensor. Along with this, there will be an 8MP IMX355 sensor and a 2MP OV2A lens. The display may have an LCD panel with a refresh rate of 90Hz. According to the tipster, the phone will come out of the box with Android 11 on which MIUI 12.5 skin can be seen.

Poco launched Poco M4 Pro in November 2021. The design of Poco M4 can be similar to its Pro variant. The Poco M4 Pro has a dual rear camera setup, which consists of a 50-megapixel primary sensor and an 8-megapixel ultra-wide sensor. Ultra wide angle sensor with 119 degree lens. As a selfie camera, a 16MP sensor has been given in the phone. The phone is powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 810 SoC, paired with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The storage can be expanded up to 1TB by inserting an SD card.

The camera module in the Poco M4 can also be seen stretched along the width of the phone, similar to the one given in the Poco M3. No official announcement has been made about the launch date of Poco M4 yet. But in the coming days, more leaks can come about the phone.

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