Xiaomi has just shared a teardown video related to its excellent POCO F3 flagship on its Twitter account of the sub-brand.
The POCO F3 teardown video reveals LiquidCool technology, the X-axis linear motor, and much more. Are you ready to know all the secrets of the new Xiaomi flagship? In this article, you will discover this and more.
POCO F3: all the secrets of the new flagship
POCO Global launched the flagship smartphone POCO F3 a few days ago. The device has a starting price is. very aggressive: it starts at just € 299. This device is a rebranded version of the Redmi K40 that we have seen being presented in China. Today, the Chinese brand shared an official device teardown video that reveals its most relevant internal components, such as LiquidCool technology, vibration motor, and more.
The clip begins with the removal of the rear panel of the POCO F3 which shows the inside of the terminal. Interestingly, the secondary microphone, LED flashlight, and 360-degree (rear) ambient light sensors are connected to a top inner cover.
Removing the cover reveals the chipset inside. By the way, the chipset onboard is Qualcomm’s excellent Snapdragon 870, supported by LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 memories. Do not miss the Wi-Fi 6 modem. At the top, we also see the IR blaster.
Triple cameras are placed separately next to each other and not as a single unit. Just like remind me, the POCO F3 has a 48MP Sony IMX582 f / 1.79 main camera, an 8MP f / 2.2 ultra-wide-angle lens with a 119 ° FOV, and a 5MP f / 2.4 TeleMacro.
Similar to the rear sensors, the front selfie shooter also appears to be securely attached to the phone’s frame. Moving up and down before the battery, we see another sensor related to ambient light, dual stereo speakers, the USB-C port, and the linear vibration motor on the X-axis.
The battery is also securely attached to the frame with powerful glue. Removal reveals that the typical battery capacity is 4,520mAh and is manufactured by Zhuhai CosMX Battery Co., Ltd. After this, LiquidCool 1.0 Plus technology is discovered. We’re talking about a copper tube that runs between the battery, components, and displays and serves to keep the device cool.
Finally, the display is a Samsung E4 AMOLED panel; the fingerprint is side-mounted.
Source: Twitter POCO Global