The POCO F4 Pro hands-on images have finally been released, specifically by the FCC, and as usual, it’s another Redmi rebrand. This is obviously what we expected, as the POCO brand consists of rebrands. Let’s take a look at what the phone looks like.
POCO F4 Pro hands-on images and more
The POCO F4 Pro is basically just a Redmi K50 Pro, but released specifically for the global market, and with the POCO logo stamped on it, as opposed to the Redmi K50 Pro, which was mainly released for the Chinese market. The POCO F4 Pro will feature the exact same specs, with a Global variant of MIUI installed on it, and possibly some slight changes to the hardware.
As you can see above, the POCO F4 Pro looks exactly the same as the Redmi K50 Pro, though the reason we know this is the POCO F4 Pro, and not the base model POCO F4, is that the camera features 108 megapixels, while the POCO F4 will have a 48 megapixel main camera. Other than that, the device will feature a 6.67 inch 1440p 120Hz OLED display, Mediatek’s Dimensity 9000 chipset, 8 and 12 gigabytes of RAM, 128/256/512 gigabyte variants for storage, which is UFS 3.1, 5G support due to the Mediatek Dimensity chipset, and will come out of the box with MIUI 13 based on Android 12.
The POCO F4 Pro will also be released in India under the Xiaomi 12X Pro title, and will also feature the exact same specs. So, if you’re looking forward to the device and want to buy one, you can buy it in most, if not all markets. You can check the specs of the POCO F4 Pro here.
(via @yabhishekhd on Twitter)