Xiaomi POCO M4 Pro Detailed Review

Xiaomi POCO M4 Pro Design and Display:

The POCO M3 brought an ambitious format aesthetic with a massive glass window that stretched out over the camera housing, making the phone stand out. The Xiaomi POCO m4 pro makes use of a similar format, however, with some changes: there is no glass window here, instead, it’s fashioned out of the identical matte end which you simply can be noticed on the back.

You get a bold layout on the back, and the matte ends make it less difficult to hold the Xiaomi POCO m4 pro. POCO went with a two-tone layout, and even as the impact is not as pronounced on the power black variation, it is great exceptional at the POCO yellow or the cool blue models. On that note, the power black version has a darkish grey hue, so it is not technically black. But if you are searching for a version with an understated design, that is the only to get.

Xiaomi POCO m4 pro

What I also like is the matte end on the lower back. The phone features a plastic back with defused curves where it meets the mid-frame, however, the matte texture makes it that much easier to hold and use the phone.

Xiaomi POCO m4 pro has a fingerprint scanner. On the poco m4 pro, the positioning of the fingerprint scanner is canny. It’s built into the power key that is placed at the right-side edge. And is set at such a height so that whether you are left-handed or right-handed, your fingers and thumbs should line up with it naturally for brief unlocking.

If you do not like to use the scanner, you can also use face recognition to unlock, as well as more conventional password and PIN options. The phone has an IR blaster and stereo sound, and the 3.5mm jack is intact. On the plus side, color reproduction is really very good, with colors and tones it looks natural. If a little washed out, on the display of Xiaomi POCO m4 pro. There are many options available for you. You can zoom up to 10x magnification in the standard photo mode. And the zoom action is really very smooth and stable. 

Xiaomi POCO M4 Pro Cameras:

The POCO M4 Pro does not have the best camera in this variety that honors belongs to the Redmi pro-10. However, you get a wide-angle sensor and decent primary lens that gets the process done. If you need a phone that can take good pictures in the daytime, and do not care about 4k videos, it’s a decent option. 

The Poco M4 Pro’s cameras are a combined bag due to the fact they could produce some good stills, you are going to need patience and a steady hand.

Due to the fact that the Xiaomi POCO m4 pro has two camera modules a 50MP primary lens and an 8MP optical lens, the rear camera island design is interesting. However, POCO went with housing that could accommodate five lenses. The LED flash is constructed into the housing. however, the cutouts at the bottom are there absolutely for classy reasons; there’s a red recording dot on one and AI scrawled at the other.

On Poco M4 Pro the standard option of taking photos is 4080×3072 (basically 12Mp), however, you can switch to 50Mp mode, if you want to take a large picture, which shoots at 8160×6144. Here, the most effective 2x magnification is offered.

POCO M4 Pro Performance and Battery:

Switching over to the hardware, the Xiaomi POCO m4 pro has MediaTek’s Dimensity 810 chipset, which gives marginal profits over the Dimensity 700 that was given withinside the M3 Pro. One highlight is that the Dimensity 810 is constructed at the 6nm node, so you’ll get a bit better organization than the 7nm Dimensity 700.

As for memory and storage, you get 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage as standard on the base model, and that appears low as we head into 2022. On the alternative, the Redmi Note 11 Pro has 128GB as the base optional storage, and Xiaomi POCO m4 pro should have offered the same storage. 6GB/128GB is available if you need more storage but you need to pay some extra to get this. There is a 5000mAh battery and 33W fast charging which is really huge.

The M4 Pro has the same battery as its precursor. The 5000mAh unit manages to supply nicely over a day’s really well worth of use easily. You shouldn’t have any problem getting over 8 hours of screen-on-time between charges.

Here another highlight is that the phone now has 33W fast charging, and the bundled 33W charger just takes 28 minutes to charge 50 percent of the phone. It just takes 70 minutes to charge the phone from zero to 100 percent, less than half the time of the M3 Pro.