Latest Poco F4 5G resembles Redmi K40S? Get the whole story here

Poco F4 5G has revealed its status prior to its launch in India with a similar design to the Redmi K40S. The new Poco phone shares a similar design and aesthetics to the Redmi K40S phone that debuted in China earlier this year.

The Poco F4 5G camera details have also been shared in the latest teaser. The official Twitter account of Poco India has released the latest teaser of the Poco F4 5G. The smartphone has a liquid cooling technology for thermal management.

According to the teaser, the latest Poco F4 5G will come with an IP53 rating which means it will resist splashes to some extent. It will also carry a triple rear camera setup, with a 64-megapixel primary sensor that will apparently have optical image stabilization (OIS).

It seems that the latest Poco phone is not exactly like Redmi K40S, since it has a 48-megapixel primary sensor. The other two camera sensors on the Redmi phone were an 8-megapixel sensor with an ultra-wide lens and a 2-megapixel sensor with microlens. It will also come with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.

The company said, “With Liquidcool 2.0, we are further upping the game when it comes to thermal management. During strenuous tasks, as the chipset gets hotter, the vapour chamber absorbs the heat generated and turns the liquid inside vapour, which then condenses and brings down the ambient.”

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