POCO is gearing up to launch the POCO F3 GT handset in the country. Earlier this week, a teaser from the brand revealed that the F3 GT will be a gaming-focused handset and will be equipped with gaming triggers. The handset is also confirmed to be powered by MediaTek Dimensity 1200 mobile processor. Now, POCO in a social media post has confirmed that the upcoming POCO F3 GT will feature a glass sandwich design. The brand also revealed that it will use a series 7000 aluminium for the chassis. Let us take a look at the social media post,
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Our spanking new POCO F3 GT looks more refined than its predecessor (and the competition of course) as it exudes a premium feel owing to its glass construction in conjunction with an aerospace-grade aluminium alloy frame. Purposeful engineering led us developing a high-quality metal frame that starkly contrasts that of our competitors, who still persist with flimsy plastic frames on their so-called “flagship killer devices” (what’s really getting butchered here is of course comfort and elegance). GT’s singular metal frame is crafted to have three levels of bevels: radical, concave, and square, which lend an extra dimension to the ergonomics of the phone.
Several smartphones in the 25-30k price range such as Mi 11X, OG OnePlus Nord, and more come with plastic frames. The upcoming OnePlus Nord 2 also said to have a plastic frame, and it is confirmed to be powered by MediaTek Dimensity 1200 processor. POCO recently took a jab at OnePlus with one of its social media posts. The POCO F3 GT will compete against the Realme X7 Max, and the upcoming OnePlus Nord 2. But, with the series 7000 aluminium chassis, the F3 GT will have an advantage over the competition.
To those unaware, POCO F3 GT is said to be a rebranded Redmi K40 Game Enhanced Edition. You can head over to this post to check out the pricing, and detailed specifications of the handset.