POCO’s most powerful mobile has just been released and is already down €150 for Amazon Prime Day 2022
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One of the most attractive phones of 2022 is the POCO F4 GT, designed for gamers. It just hit the market and is already at a pretty generous discount.
Amazon Prime Day 2022 is already underway and it comes with a multitude of front-row products, including several from Apple, Samsung or Xiaomi, with discounts that make them cheaper even if they have just been put up for sale.
This is precisely what happens with one of the best phones of 2022, at least one of the best we have been able to test. This is the POCO F4 GT and originally it cost 599 euros, but now it has dropped to only €449which is not bad at all.
Our experience testing this phone could not have been better, and to begin with it boasts of having enough power to practically be a portable console, precisely what it is designed for.
It is a gaming mobile (hence the GT surname) that has nothing to envy to any other high-end in terms of performance or connectivity, but that also incorporates extras such as triggers to play.
The processor is really worth it if what you value is fluidity when playing or running any app. It’s a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1the most powerful in the world with permission from Apple chips.
In addition, it has WiFi 6 and 5G, so playing online will not be a problem anywhere, neither inside nor outside the home, although in order to benefit from it you will first need to have a compatible router at home, something that little by little installing more operators.
Beyond the power, in its analysis we really liked the screen (at 120 Hz) and the sound, which really make both playing and watching video have a much more immersive feeling.
The launch price of 699 euros was perhaps very high, but being able to buy it now 150 euros cheaper just a few weeks later is a great opportunity that POCO and Amazon only jump for two days or spend running out of units.
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