No big surprises, the only novelty is that instead of the Redmi inscription, Pocot was sifted on the back cover.
Poco has introduced the F3 GT, which is quite specifically the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition. Even the pricing has not changed, in the first week there is at least a difference of only a few thousand forints, which is explained by some exchange rate changes. By the second week, you’ll have to pay a little more rupees for Poco’s gamer device, and the final commercial pricing will be in effect from Aug. 9, so it’s worth counting on.
The 6/128 GB package will cost Rs 110,000 (as opposed to the opening purchase price of the Redmi version converted to HUF 92,000), the 8/128 GB memory package will be converted to HUF 118,000, the 8/256 GB The variant costs 124 thousand forints in local money. The version with 12GB of RAM seems to remain a privilege for Redmi.
Other than that, everything is the same, so the Poco F3 GT also gets a 6.67-inch HDR10 + AMOLED display with FHD + resolution, 120Hz image refresh and a 16-megapixel self-timer camera. The rear camera system (64 + 8 + 2 MP) is bordered by a decorative strip that also functions as a notification LED, and the LED auxiliary light is lightning-shaped. The gaming experience is enhanced by physically outstanding, magnetic game controllers, and the Dimensity 1200 provides the basics in hardware. The stereo speakers have also been retained, although the product page doesn’t show JBL on the picture, it may have been retained by Redmi, but the 67-watt fast charge also comes with the Poco brand name.