Poco F4 and Poco X4 GT prices and specs leak through Polish retailer
The Poco F4 and X4 GT will be unveiled this Thursday. However, an official Xiaomi distributor in Poland has jumped the gun and listed both phones. This includes full spec sheets, which confirm what we already knew.
More importantly, the site didn’t scrub the metadata properly, so we have prices too. The Poco F4 will cost PLN 2,200 for the 6/128GB configuration and PLN 2,400 for an 8/256GB unit. That converts to $500/€475/₹39,000 and $545/€520/₹42,500, respectively. Here is a direct link to Mi-Home.pl if you want a closer look. For comparison, the Poco F3 (6/128GB) started at PLN 1,700, but is now down to PLN 1,300.
The Poco X4 GT will have a smaller gap between the two memory configurations – PLN 1,900 the 8/128GB and PLN 2,000 for 8/256GB (no sign of a 12GB RAM option). Looking at the currency converter again, those prices work out to $430/€410/₹33,500 and $455/€430/₹35,500, respectively. You can have a look at the three colorways over at Mi-Home.pl.
With that covered, let’s have a quick look at the specs. The Poco F4 is a Snapdragon 870 phone with a 6.67” AMOLED display (120Hz refresh rate, 360Hz touch sampling, GG5). It has a 64MP main, 8MP ultra wide and 2MP macro cameras, plus a 20MP selfie cam. The 4,500mAh battery charges at 67W.
The Poco X4 GT uses the brand new Dimensity 8100 chipset and has a 6.6” LCD (144Hz refresh rate, 270Hz touch sampling). This phone also has a 64+8+2MP and 20MP camera setups. The battery on this one is larger, 5,080mAh, also with 67W fast charging.
The global launch for the Poco F4 and X4 GT is scheduled for Thursday and we expect pre-orders to start immediately. There is no indication of when shipping will start yet.
- 23 Jun 2022
In the name of inflation, corporate greed has increased so they're charging consumers higher prices while they're earning record profits.
- 22 Jun 2022
TOO EXPENSIVE!! For a reworked Poco F3, that people most likely will complain about bugs again its too much money, same almost everything from last year, at a huge bump in price, no thanks, my F3 will still work until Poco/Xiaomi releases something g...
- 22 Jun 2022
Poco F4 GT seems worse than Poco X4 GT, 8100 is infinitely better than snapdragon gen 1 though