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POCO M4 5G India launch date announced, Flipkart availability confirmed

Highlights

  • POCO is set to launch an M-series smartphone in India later this week
  • The POCO M4 5G will be the successor to the POCO M3
  • The device will be slightly different from the M4 Pro 5G

POCO M4 5G India launch date has been announced. The device is scheduled to debut in the country on April 29th. The upcoming offering will arrive as the successor to last year’s POCO M3 (review). 

Also Read: POCO X4 Pro 5G review: a worthy successor

The POCO M4 5G is expected to be a stripped-down variant of the M4 Pro 5G that went official earlier in February this year. The standard model is confirmed to be available from Flipkart. POCO’s tweet about the smartphone’s launch also gives us a look at the upcoming device. 

POCO M4 5G to launch in India this week

The POCO M4 5G launch announcement tweet reveals the smartphone’s design. The upcoming offering is seen with a boxy form factor. The device features a dual-toned back panel with a wave-like pattern. There is a horizontal camera bridge in a Black colour that looks similar to the Google Pixel 6 series. The upcoming smartphone has dual camera sensors. A charging port is located at the bottom whereas a 3.5mm headphone jack is at the top. The POCO M4 5G will be available in Yellow and Blue colours. 

Apart from the design, the core specifications of the POCO M4 5G remain a mystery. As per leaks and rumours, the smartphone will reportedly be powered by a Dimensity 700 processor. It is tipped to be backed by a 5,000mAh battery with support for 18W charging. On the front, the device is expected to feature a 6.58-inch FHD+ display. 

The POCO M4 5G is expected to be cheaper than the Pro variant which starts at Rs 14,999. 

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