The POCO M4 5G phone was spotted with a 50MP camera and Dimensity 700 processor

The POCO M4 5G phone was spotted with a 50MP camera and Dimensity 700 processor

Along with the leaked images you see here, Yadav’s phone rumor offers extensive specifications for the POCO M4 5G. These include a 6.58-inch LCD with FHD+ resolution and 90 Hz refresh rate and 240 Hz touch sampling rate – specifications that may sound familiar as they are seen on the POCO M4 PRO 5G. The main difference is that the alleged new phone will be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset, rather than the better Dimensity 810 chipset seen on the PRO model.

The POCO M4 5G is a customised variant of an existing Xiaomi phone, according to a recent leak. Xiaomi is adding to its POCO M-family line-up with the POCO M4 5G, according to a new leak from Abhishek Yadav — a reliable leaker with 48.1K followers on Twitter. Surprisingly, the claimed phone appears to be an existing Xiaomi phone that has been altered for a global launch.

Highlights

  • The leak tells us that the POCO M4 5G features an IP52 rating, which the Redmi 10 5G does not. It’s not a headline feature as its not waterproof but it will survive an unexpected splash or two, which is always a bonus. Earlier this week POCO officially launched the Poco F4 GT flagship phone. Set to appeal to gamers, the new smartphone features Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, dual VC cooling system and magnetic pop-up triggers.

  • Camera-wise the POCO M4 5G is said to have a full-width camera island and a 50MP main camera (as does the POCO M4 PRO 5G) along with a 2MP depth sensor and 8MP selfie camera up front – both downgrades compared to the more expensive PRO model. It actually looks like the POCO M4 5G is a tweaked – and improved – version of the Redmi 10 5G, which features a 5MP selfie camera. It’s leaked to feature a 5,000 mAh battery and assuming it is a version of the Redmi 10 5G we can expect to see fast charging as per its daddy, which provides 18W.

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