The POCO X4 GT, an upcoming smartphone from the Xiaomi sub-brand, will be launched later this month. The device is expected to launch globally on the same day as the POCO F4 5G flagship class. The new smartphones from the company’s stable are expected to overhaul the features and bring a new design language to the brand’s phones, and could add to the variety of smartphones the brand offers. In this regard, we take a look at what the POCO X4 GT could bring to the table and how it can stand next to the competition.
POCO X4 GT Launch Date
The launch of POCO X4 GT has been confirmed for June 23, scheduled next to the POCO F4 5G† While the POCO has been F4 teased Due to the company’s India handle, no details have been shared by the latter about the POCO X4 GT launch in India. The smartphone is apparently a slightly modified version of the Redmi Note 11T Pro.
POCO X4 GT price (expected)
The smartphone is based on the same chipset that powers the OnePlus 10R and the Realme GT Neo 3 in India, which cost Rs 38,999 and Rs 35,999 respectively. While this gives an indication of what the maximum price of the phone would be, the leaked international prices also suggest comparable prices – the POCO X4 GT is rumored to cost around EUR 400 (around Rs 33,000). However, the final price for India may be different – when and when POCO decides to launch the phone here.
The POCO X4 GT doesn’t seem to follow the trend of straight, sharp edges that the F4 5G has to contend with. Instead, it is expected to have rounded edges and smooth folds on all sides. As expected, it seems to get slim bezels on all sides, but a thicker chin suits how mid-range smartphones look. The rear camera module has rounded rectangular edges and there are at least two color variants of the phone: blue and black.
As for key specs, the POCO X4 GT is tipped to have the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 SoC, a premium tier chipset. The device is also expected to come with up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage. As for the battery and charging configuration, the X4 GT could come with a 5,080mAh battery and 67W fast charging.
Other key specs expected include a 20MP front camera and a triple rear camera with a 64MP main camera and an 8MP secondary camera, which will likely be an ultra-wide unit. The third camera is tipped as a 2MP macro unit. The display is said to be a 6.6-inch full HD+ unit, with a 120Hz refresh rate, making it a direct competitor to the other phones powered by the same chipset, the OnePlus 10R and the Realme GT Neo 3.