Today, we learned that Xiaomi will soon release its new gaming phone overseas, called Xiaomi POCO F3 GT.
The Xiaomi POCO F3 GT and the Redmi K40 Gaming Enhanced Version have similarities. Both have a FHD+ resolution, a 120Hz high refresh rate, the rear main camera has a 64MP resolution, and they support a 67W fast charging.
The difference is that the Xiaomi POCO F3 GT will sport a MediaTek Dimensity 1100 flagship processor, and the battery capacity will be 5000mAh. As a reference, the Redmi K40 Gaming Enhanced version sports a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 flagship processor.
Like the Dimensity 1200, the Dimensity 1100 also uses a 6nm process, an ARM Cortex-A78 CPU architecture and a nine-core Mali-G77 GPU architecture. At the same time, the Dimensity 1100 is upgraded to dual-channel UFS 3.1 flash memory, reaching the industry flagship level.
In addition, the Dimensity 1100 also has excellent image processing capabilities. It supports a 108-megapixel camera and integrates MediaTek’s existing APU 3.0 to achieve high-performance computing and super energy-saving.
The new product is expected to go on sale in India. And we have no information whether Poco will launch this handset in other countries or not.
When this happens, it turns out all Xiaomi-related smartphone brand will have their own gaming smartphones. In this regard, only Xiaomi won’t have a similar phone. But if you are thinking of a Mi gaming handset to see ever, we have the opposite assumptions. Xiaomi has heavily invested in Black Shark. The latter only designs gaming smartphones. So most likely, Xiaomi won’t launch its own gaming smartphone.