The Poco brand, which proclaimed its independence from Xiaomi, carried out a demonstrative disassembly of the Poco F3 smartphone and posted the resulting video.
Poco F3 is the internationally adapted version of the hit Redmi K40 smartphone. It was announced today that sales of the Redmi K40 series in China exceeded a million smartphones in just three weeks.
– POCO (@POCOGlobal) March 26, 2021
From the features, you can see, for example, that the second microphone, LED flash and ambient light sensor are attached to a panel located above the main board. During disassembly, Poco draws attention to the main components, including Snapdragon 870, LPDDR5 RAM, UFS 3.1 memory, Wi-Fi 6 module. The graphite panel covers the copper plating of the processor, while the triple main camera (48MP, 8MP and 5MP) is located on the left. Moreover, its modules are not combined into one block and, if necessary, they can be replaced separately.
The front 20MP camera is attached to the frame of the smartphone. Also noted are dual speakers, USB Type-C, vibration motor, 4520 mAh battery manufactured by Zhuhai CosMX Battery with 33W charging support, AMOLED screen and side fingerprint scanner. Special mention was made of the LiquidCool 1.0 liquid cooling system – a copper tube wraps around the battery, main components and display.
Sales of Poco F3 will begin in Europe from March 27 at a price of 349 euros. Xiaomi will soon release the Poco X3 Pro and Poco F3 smartphones in Russia. This was confirmed by the Poco brand during an international presentation.