We have been hearing about the possible Little F3 GT, a terminal that would enter the gaming sector due to its many characteristics focused on it. Until now, most of them had been rumors and small leaks, but with the presentation of the first official video by Poco of this terminal, we confirmed that it would be a smartphone that we have seen a short time ago.
Although Poco apparently separated from Xiaomi to wage war on their own, the truth is that they continue to drink a lot from the collaboration with Xiaomi, not only for continuing to use MIUI, but also when it comes to presenting devices. The same happens with the Poco F3 GT that would be a Redmi K40 Gaming Edition for the global market as some already anticipated weeks ago.
The advancement and features of the Poco F3 GT
Through the profile of Poco’s Twitter in India, a video has been published in which we can see without any fear that it is the Poco F3 GT, mentioning at the end of it. A video that confirms the existence of this terminal that had already been listed and in which we not only see the name, but also in a clip of the publication we can confirm that it will carry the chip MediaTek Dimensity 1200 that will get the most out of the power.
Just by seeing that processor in operation, the ideas fit and we think of the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition since it is the only Xiaomi terminal that has been presented to date with the mentioned processor. This also makes it match the Realme GT Neo and GT Neo Flash Edition. As if this were not enough, in the text of the publication itself there is talk of “putting your finger on the trigger”, a characteristic of the latest from Redmi. At the end of the video we can also see “Coming Q3” which makes us wait until July, August or September of this 2021 to see it completely.
What remains to be confirmed about the new Poco gaming
In terms of design, the Poco F3 GT would maintain an identical or highly appreciated aesthetic, bearing in mind that the triggers will continue to be present to get the most out of mobile gaming. The screen if it matches the Redmi K40 Gaming would be 6.67 inch OLED with 120Hz refresh rate and sampling of 240 Hz. Its battery would be 5065 mAh and will be accompanied by a fast charge of 67W adapted together with a rugged charging cable for mobile in L to use it while we play.
Another aspect that we can expect from the next gaming mobile is of course its heat dissipation with aerospace technology, however futuristic it may seem. It would also arrive with 5G, as well as NFC and WiFi 6 to enjoy the highest speed at all times and JBL speakers. Finally, the price is the biggest mystery since its starting price in China at the exchange rate was about 300 euros for the smallest memory option, although the price due to taxes and other requirements will be increased when it reaches the rest of the world. , including Spain.