While Poco is teasing the Poco F3 GT aggressively on Twitter, the launch of the device still remains unknown. Recently, the company took to Twitter trolling OnePlus’ Nord 2 smartphone, which is scheduled to launch this month in India. Today, Poco has teased about the upcoming F3 GT’s built and craftsmanship moving us closer to the Indian launch.
According to the tweet from Poco India, the Poco F3 GT will feature an Aerospace-Grade Aluminium Alloy Frame. It is said to have three levels of bevels – a radical bevel on one side, a concave bevel at the top, and a square bevel on the other side.
The attached screenshot in the tweet is said to be taken on the Poco F3 GT. It is the post on the Mi community about the Poco F3 GT’s built that confirms the device uses a series 7000 aluminium alloy frame and has a glass sandwich design.
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“Our spanking new Poco F3 GT looks more refined than its predecessor (and the competition of course :P) as it exudes a premium feel owning to its glass construct in conjunction with an aerospace-grade aluminium alloy frame. Purposeful engineering led to us developing a high-quality metal frame that starkly contrasts that of our competitors, who still persist with flimsy plastic frames on their so-called “flagship killer devices”, the post said.
It continued, “GT’s singular metal frame is crafted to have three levels of bevels: radical, concave, and square, which lend an extra dimension to the ergonomics of the phone.”
The post enticed the Mi community about the upcoming Poco F3 GT and the tease-saga seems to continue till we receive an actual launch date.
For those who are unaware, the Poco F3 GT is touted to be the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition for the Indian market. The smartphone is expected to come with game-centric features like mechanical shoulder buttons and an in-built cooling system.
The smartphone will come powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC paired with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of onboard storage. The phone is expected to feature a 6.67-inch OLED panel with a 120Hz high refresh rate. It is said to house a 5,065mAh battery and support for 67W fast charging.
Read our Redmi K40 Gaming Edition review here.
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