Poco F4 5G Price in UAE - The Poco F4 5G brings back many of the sensations of the Poco F1 from a few years ago. In 2018, when Poco entered the smartphone fray with its revolutionary Poco F1. Its specifications and value for the money left the world in disbelief.
Since then, the company's smartphone lineup has been steadily growing. In the last few months alone, we saw the launch of the Poco X4 Pro 5G and the incredible Poco F4 GT with its flagships and excellent triggers for a highly unique gaming experience.
And today, we have the Poco F4 5G, a smartphone packed with high-end specs at a highly competitive price.
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Poco F4 5G Design
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Poco F4 5G Camera
The Poco F4 comes with 5G optical image stabilization (OIS), an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, and a 64MP primary camera with a 2MP macro camera. In ideal light, the primary sensor is capable of taking punchy pictures. This is great if you want to differentiate your photos on social media, but it can also have an adverse effect. For example, overly vibrant colours can lead to detailed damage, and sometimes the colours can be slanted. With ultra-wide lenses, you won't get the same experience. The pictures can be pretty grainy, and the edges are soft.
This trend is the same for early night cameras. We don't think the smartphone is equipped for night pictures, but with patience and enough light, you can reproduce usable night pictures using night mode. As for the video, you can shoot for 4K 60fps, and the results are decent. If you find yourself in a situation like shooting a video, I would feel comfortable doing it with the Poco F4 5G.
Unlike smartphones, you'll get a 20MP selfie camera. Although the overall pictures it takes are sharp, the selfies come out with a lot of processing. The skin tone captured by the camera is off, and the background blur and dynamic range are not particularly good when using portrait mode.