The Poco F3GT has come close to its launch and before the event, the company began unveiling key features in turn-by-turn. Poco has already confirmed a glass-metal combo build for the F3GT in a previous post and will now focus on display technology. The Poco F3 GT is the first Poco smartphone in the company’s short history to use an AMOLD display. Still no surprise but a good move.
In a recent social media post, the company confirmed the use of an AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The display will support HDR 10 + certified and DC dimming support These names look good on paper, these technologies have been around in its rivals’ smartphones for years.
Poco F3GT gets Amoled treatment
Prior to the release of the 120Hz AMOLED display, Poco proudly released the F3 GT and the preferred material for the chipset it is going to use. The upcoming OnePlus Nord 2 will also use this chip, in an encouraging form.
Rumors have long suggested that the Poco F3GT will essentially be a named Redmi K40 gaming version. The current releases match the features of the Redmi replica. Therefore, it would be no surprise to see the design look like an aggressive gaming phone with dedicated pop-up shoulder triggers and some fancy LED lights.
The Redmi K40 Gaming relies on a 5000mAh battery and is paired with a 67W fast charging wired solution. Thus, Poco F3 can get these features as GT standard. There is no indication yet about the price but Poco is referring to a midrange positioning of the device. We expect the Poco F3 GT OnePlus Nord 2 and Realm X7 Max to be competitively priced.
Earlier in the day, Oppo also launched Renault 6 and Renault 6 Pro in India with a space of Rs 40,000. The Oppo Renault 6 Pro uses Dimension 1200 chipsets and even offers high-end features like a curved edge AMOLED display and a 64-megapixel quad rear camera system.