POCO F4 Review Highlights
The POCO F4 5G is the spiritual successor of the POCO F3 GT and, in many respects, conjures the same sentiments that the POCO F1 did in 2018.
The rear glass has a nice velvet texture that is pleasurable to touch, but the POCO F4 is a big phone and the fingerprint scanner isn't all acurate.
It's entertaining to navigate around the POCO phone's display, play games, text, and even multitask in a multi-window mode. It's actually quick and creates a positive performance impression.
The POCO F4 5G never stuttered or struggled for air throughout routine use and handled gaming far too well.
The camera favours the warmer side and colours were occasionally saturated. The main camera did a superb job of capturing clarity and details during the day.
The battery lasts about a day with regular use, and we managed to squeeze out about 7.5 hours of screen on time.
The POCO F4 5G's operating system is MIUI 13.0.2, which is based on Android 12. Despite the company's assurances that bloat concerns would be kept to a minimum, they were nevertheless present in our unit.
With its potent hardware and cameras, the POCO F4 5G is a promising, all-around product. It features a sophisticated OS and doesn't overdo its aesthetics, despite having some bloatware and intrusive alerts.