Launch features include physical shoulder triggers, 120W charging, and more for the Poco F4 GT.

With the Poco F4 GT, a Xiaomi spinoff, Pocophone has released yet another gaming-focused Android.

The Poco F4 GT, which is entirely geared for mobile gaming, has a number of hardware upgrades over the Poco F3 GT from the previous year. It is essentially a Xiaomi Redmi K50 Gaming that has been rebranded, and it features a well-known 6.67-inch 120Hz FHD AMOLED display with a 480Hz touch sampling rate and a center punch-hole notch.

The internal components are on par with some of the most significant 2022 flagships and include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, 8/12GB of RAM, and 128/256GB UFS 3.1 storage. The battery has a 4,700mAh capacity and comes with a charger and a USB-C connector for lightning-fast 120W charging. The 120W charger is said to be able to charge the Poco F4 GT from 0% to 100% in less than 17 minutes. While gaming, this drops to 27 minutes, but an adaptive charging mechanism is there to help maintain battery life.

The Poco F4 GT incorporates mechanical shoulder triggers that open out and disappear using magnets, just like last year’s gaming-focused model. The triggers should improve in-game immersion for devoted mobile players by removing UI components from the screen. The gaming look is completed by RGB lighting and JBL-tuned speakers. A side-mounted fingerprint scanner that is located on the power button offers security.

The camera arrangement is not the main focus because it is a gaming phone. The 64-megapixel Sony IMX686 sensor, 8-megapixel ultrawide, and 2-megapixel macro make up the Poco F4 GT’s primary camera sensor. The selfie camera has a 20 megapixel resolution.

Xiaomi’s MIUI 13 is pre-installed on top of Android 12 on the Poco F4 GT, with the default Poco Launcher providing a different OS flavour. The Poco F4 GT is available in black, gray, and yellow, with prices starting at 699 for the 8/128GB model and 749 for the 12/256GB model. As part of the early bird pricing scheme, early purchasers will be able to get the device pair for $499 and $599. Not only that, but beginning on April 28, early buyers will also receive two months of YouTube Premium with a qualifying purchase.

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