Specialized in entry-level smartphones, the Poco (Xiaomi) brand returns today with the Poco M4 Pro. A 5G device that does not lack advantages and that has every intention of becoming a benchmark in this price segment in 2022 .
The Poco M4 Pro is an affordable smartphone that is enjoyable to use. It has a good LCD screen -once calibrated- and a very comfortable battery life. Its chip allows you to enjoy a smooth multitasking experience, but it quickly shows its limits in video games. Its photographic performance is limited, but it will be adequate for occasional use in good light conditions. The competition is serious, but this Poco M4 Pro is still a good option at around €200.
- Good quality finish.
- Good LCD screen (once calibrated).
- Efficient multitasking SoC.
- Very good battery life and relatively fast charging.
- No waterproof certification.
- It’s really not made for gaming.
- Failed night photos.
- Interface a bit messy.
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After a series of mediocre Note 10s, Xiaomi recovers with this Redmi Note 11. The Chinese firm’s entry-level smartphone is a good proposal for those who need a terminal that can handle everything, without necessarily standing out. Without performing miracles, this model corrects a passable photographic component in its predecessor and offers a good Oled panel. Finally, its autonomy is very correct in 60 Hz or 90 Hz.