Poco F3 GT BGMI/PUBG is going to be a game-changer in the market and going to be launched in Indian on the 23rd of July at 12 noon as said by PocoIndia officials. This Device is made up for especially gamers, who play for long hours and love to do gaming on their phone. Today in this blog, you will get to know all about this device in detail whether its specification, power performance, BGMI/PUBG graphics support and its game performance. It’s a rebrand of Redmi K40 Gaming Edition earlier launched in China. So let’s begin today’s review journey.
Contents inside the box
- Poco F3 GT Device
- 67W fast Charger with Capsule Shape Data Cable
- Case Cover
- SIM ejector tool
- User Manual and paper work
Poco F3 GT Specifications
- MediaTek Dimensity 1200 5g (6nm) Chipset
- GPU Mali-G77 MC9
- CPU Octa Core
- 6.67 inch screen, 120Hz
- 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio
- Corning Gorilla Glass 5
- Li-Po 5065 mAh, charge in 42 min (advertised), non removable
- 3.5mm Jack not available (R.I.P)
- Stereo Speaker by JBL
- Back triple camera (64+8+2)megapixel 4k@30fps, 1080p@120/60/30fps
- Selfie Camera 16mp 1080p@30fps, 720p@120fps
- Fingerprint side-mounted, face unlock, gyro, accelerometer, compass, proximity, barometer, color spectrum
- Physical pop-up gaming triggers
- USB type C 2.0 Cable
- Dual Nano-SIM and no card slot
Poco F3 GT BGMI/PUBG Test
So first let’s talk about its by default Graphics you will get to see in this device are Smooth+Extreme (yes you will be disappointed a bit by not getting 90fps graphics by default but soon it will be added in the upcoming future). Also, you will get a mode named “Game Space” where you will get lots of options to enhance your gaming experience.
You can easily activate your triggers by simply just tapping on the option which you will slide down from the right or left top side of the corner while your game is opened. If you want to use triggers, simply go to your game controls and assign your L & R button on that particular action (firing, scope on, jump, or any other action) you want to do with your triggers.
Now let’s talk about its gaming performance. If you start playing the game on 100% battery and play 1 full TDM match then there is no battery drain you will see which means your battery is still will be at 100% and after this I played 1 full Erangle match while recording the game and my battery reached to 93% which you can easily do gaming for 4-5 hours without any major frame drops and no lag issue.
You can also do gaming while charging and its cable doesn’t create any issue for you while gaming like others devices cable because of the cable’s capsule shape. But it heats a bit more while gaming with connecting charging.
Is it good for gaming? Conclusion
According to my point of view, if you guys are looking for a device which gives you massive performance while gaming and doing powerful tasks with your device like video editing and which also comes under your budget then this is definitely suitable for you. Due to its 6nm processor, it consumes less battery and provides you a good battery backup. If you guys are looking for a gaming device under the budget segment, this device matches your requirements and can experience a smooth and lag-free gaming experience. You can also buy it if you are a competitive player or thinking to join competitive soon but don’t expect iPhone-level performance so it will be good for you. But yeah, you can play competitively with the device lag-free and without any major frame drops.
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