Xiaomi unveiled the Poco M4 Pro 4G to the world last week. Now it is the turn of the cell phone to be homologated in Brazil: on Wednesday (9), the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) gave the green light for the smartphone to be sold in the national trade. The 64 megapixel triple camera and intermediate specs with MediaTek chip are among the highlights of the phone.
The certificate is intended for a Xiaomi phone model 2201117PG. The code is the same as reported in the certification of NBTC, agency equivalent to Anatel thailand, which was revealed by Mukul Sharma in January. The documentation of the entity of the Asian country also bears the following trade name: “POCO M4 Pro”.
Anatel files still point to other cell phone details. In addition to indicating that the approval was requested by DL Eletrônicos, the certificate of technical compliance lists only one manufacturing plant located in China. The report also states that the Poco M4 Pro 4G will be marketed with the charger in the box.
The Poco M4 Pro is among xiaomi’s latest releases. 5G edition of the phone released in January, the smartphone announced at MWC 2022 draws attention by the triple camera of 64 megapixels. In addition, the 6.43-inch screen features a 90 Hz refresh rate and a hole with the 16-megapixel front camera.
The phone’s technical data sheet is intermediate. In addition to the MediaTek Helio G96 processor, the model has RAM of up to 8 GB and storage of up to 256 GB. The spec list is complete with the 5,000 mAh battery with 33 watt recharge and the factory MIUI 13 interface.