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The Poco F series used to be all the fuss, but its mid-range offerings started to look more promising as the sub-brand expanded. Enter the Poco X4 GT - a solid upgrade over the X3 GT from last year and possibly a more reasonable alternative to the standard Poco F4.
Undoubtedly, the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 SoC is the star of the show. We've had the chance to test it out, and it shows an impressive price/performance ratio - more powerful and more efficient than the Snapdragon 870, yet capable enough to rival even the Snapdragon 888. Some compromises had to be made to squeeze in the recent Dimensity 8100 into the Poco X4 GT's price, and that's the screen. An IPS panel instead of an OLED would have to do.
However, that's not your ordinary, budget IPS LCD screen. The Poco X4 GT employs a bright, fast (144Hz) screen that's also Dolby Vision certified. Faster response time at 270Hz touch sampling rate is also on the menu. Particularly useful for fast-paced games.
Speaking of, since there's a GT in the name, the handset is tailored towards gaming. The cooling design has been tweaked and now provides a 32% bigger cooling area with seven layers of graphite. No need to worry about Bluetooth latency as well - Xiaomi is bringing the jack back after being axed in the Poco X3 GT.
No change in the battery department, but we weren't expecting any to begin with. A 5,080mAh battery is plenty competitive and charges quite fast over Xiaomi's 67W charging standard.
Last but not least, the X4 GT swaps out the main 64MP sensor for a bigger one this year. It's nice to see the successor being upgraded in almost every aspect. At least on paper, that is. We take a deeper dive beyond the specs in the following pages.
There's nothing out of the ordinary inside the Poco X4 GT's box. It has all the usual user manuals along with the appropriate 67W charger and a USB-A to USB-C cable, also used for data transfer.
There's also a bonus transparent silicone case in there that fits very well.
What do you mean with "changing the display to OLED or AMOLED is worth it."? I never heard that you can change a display. You might be able to replace it, but I doubt if you can change it due to the underlying technology. The display i...
IPS on a gaming phone is underrated. I also like the fact that it has D8100 which is is known for having good thermals. Perfect combination to secure the device's lifespan. Its just kind of disappointing that as gaming phone, x4 gt has rest...
I want to know who decided that pure white is yellow, to me a cooler screen looks way more natural, I took a picture of 1 white piece of paper and 1 with a yellowish tint and both came out yellow on the screen that had apparently perfect whites , but...