Have a mobile phone with a connection 5G this can be attractive due to the high connection speeds, but it ends up making the product more expensive in the early years of technology implementation. Knowing this, the Xiaomi ends up releasing some cell phones in two versions, such as the POCO M4 Pro, which was released in the 5G and now it’s also here on 4G.
Although they are of the same lineage, they not only have a different modem, they are actually different even in their design.
You can watch our video of POCO M4 Pro 5G on this link:
The POCO M4 Pro 4G has a MediaTek Helio G96 processor (12 nm), while the POCO M4 Pro 5G has a Dimensity 810 5G (6 nm). This has a direct impact on energy efficiency, on the performance of the smartphone in relation to the amount of energy supplied to it.
The screen is also different, especially in size, this version is smaller, it has 6.93″, while the 5G has 6.6″. However, the 4G screen does not disappoint, it is AMOLED with the DCI-P3 color standard and has up to 700 nits, much more than the 450 nits present in its brother.
Also, the extra features part is interesting and Xiaomi is absolutely right. It brings NFC, infrared, headphone jack and Gorilla Glass 3 to the display. It also comes with a fingerprint reader on the side.
It is available in 4GB/64GB, 4GB/128GB, 6GB/128GB, 8GB/128GB versions with UFS 2.2 storage technology.
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A very bad detail that I noticed is in Xiaomi’s interface, MIUI 13, which shows messages when you lock your phone. This is set by default and is extremely invasive and annoying. I haven’t seen how to turn it off yet, but I imagine it’s possible to do so.
Speaking of the battery, it has 5000mAh, enough for two days of use, or more (if you’re frugal. And the highlight is the 33W charger, which managed to deliver the following results in my tests:
10 mins – 23%
30 mins – 65%
1 hour – 100% approx. 58 min
For comparison, the AnTuTu benchmark:
POCO M4 PRO 5G Dimension 810 – 5g: 352510
POCO M4 PRO 4G Helio G96 – 12nm: 313326
The set of cameras was marked in my tests as problematic in macro shots and also in the lack of balance in the selfie, which broke down in several cases.
Other than that, it’s great that you have the option of an acceptable wide angle and a good main camera.
64MP main / (50MP on POCO M4 Pro 5G)
8MP ultrawide / (8MP on POCO M4 Pro 5G)
2MP Macro / (2MP on POCO M4 Pro 5G)
16MP / (16MP on POCO M4 Pro 5G)
Selfie video: maximum support 1080p30fps
Rear video: maximum support 1080p30fps
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As for games;
Genshim Impact: Runs very low with high resolution
Free fire: no problem
COD Mobile: Allows you to play with medium graphics quality and high frame rate. It works well on these options.
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