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POCO F2 Pro (K30 Pro) / Redmi K3 Pro Zoom e K30 Ultra

Discussão em 'Discussão Geral - Smartphones, Tablets e Outros' iniciada por gif, 14 de Outubro de 2019. (Respostas: 644; Visualizações: 58588)

  1. Shadowk1ller

    Shadowk1ller Suspenso

    Nada que o povinho já não esteja habituado, ocorre o mesmo com vários outros produtos...
     
  2. serj_tankian

    serj_tankian Power Member

    Nem é preciso muito, basta ver a diferença entre comprar um carro cá em comparação com os outros países...
     
  3. App

    App Power Member

    E com esses impostos daqui a uns meses oferecem um Magalhães 2.0 e quem precisa e a quem não precisa. Viva o socialismo.
     
  4. JXulo

    JXulo Power Member

    Parece um híbrido entre o k20pro/ Mi9TPRO e o mate 30 pro (por causa da câmara traseira) mas com specs (e preço) de 2020.
    Está bem fixe na minha opinião, agora o preço...só de pensar que o Mi9t pro saiu a 399 euros...
     
  5. gif

    gif Power Member



    Apresentação do Poco F2 Pro em directo dentro de minutos às 13h.
     
  6. mascherani

    mascherani Power Member

    mais do mesmo, infelizmente. podiam era lançar o 10 Lite Zoom rapidinho...
     
  7. Xzayne

    Xzayne Power Member

    570€ isto?
     
  8. 500€. Continua a ser o melhor budget phone do mercado.
     
  9. Xzayne

    Xzayne Power Member

    Eu nem 400 dava por ele mas ok... isso vai de cada um.
     
  10. Eu estou a compará-lo ao resto do mercado.
     
  11. CorleonePT

    CorleonePT Power Member

    Para mim só peca por ser demasiado grande. Pelas specs que tem até não acho caro.
     
  12. Punisherslb

    Punisherslb Power Member

    Tinha esperança que viesse com o refresh rate pelo menos a 90hz,fiquei um pouco desiludido com a falta de imaginaçao da Poco.
     
  13. latenhas

    latenhas What is folding?

    Sinceramente não me parece ser um mau telemóvel (falta-lhe um ecrã de 90Hz apenas acho), no entanto acho que pelo mesmo preço iria mais facilmente para um one plus 7t (530 euros em PT e vindo da China por 420 euros) ou então para um realme x2 pro...

    Bem também é provável que daqui a uns tempos se arranje a 400 euros.
     
  14. bseixas

    bseixas Suspenso

    O esperado tanto nas specs como no PVP...Que decepção os smartphones chineses lançados em 2020. :neutral:
     
  15. Bzaina

    Bzaina 1st Folding then Sex

    É mesmo. Um gajo que queira um bom telemóvel tem que ter um do tamanho de uma televisão :smilliex: Não sei se eles sabem que não há bolsos tão grandes. Este telemóvel com menos 10 mm de comprimento e até dava mais 50€ por ele.
     
  16. chefinho

    chefinho Power Member

    500€ e budget phone nao deveriam jamais aparecem juntos na mesma frase.
     
  17. hCrespo

    hCrespo Power Member

    Budget phone e 500€ não combina.
     
  18. megumi

    megumi Power Member

    TAL E QUAL.
    Os deuses dos smartphones devem ter enlouquecido.
     
  19. gif

    gif Power Member

    Poco F2 Pro unveiled with S865 chipset, 6.67" Super AMOLED screen and 64MP camera for €500

    The Poco F1 was a rare beast, an actual example of a “flagship killer”. Now, almost two years later it is finally time for a sequel, after the detour named Poco X2 – a mid-ranger that was based on the Redmi K30. Actually, it seems it was a change in course rather than a detour as the new model is essentially a rebadged Redmi K30 Pro.

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    The Poco F2 Pro does bring a long list of improvements compared to the F1, starting with the latest chipset. The Snapdragon 865 is the best chip from Qualcomm yet and one of the first to feature updatable GPU drivers, which might improve the phone’s longevity.

    A lot of emphasis was placed on the LiquidCool 2.0 tech, which has three layers: graphite, graphene and, finally, the "Super VC". That vapor chamber is larger than competing phones, which Poco says will enable more efficient cooling.

    The F2 Pro will run Android 10 out of the box with Poco Launcher 2.0. Dark mode is available, a must have on AMOLED screens.

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    Storage now starts at 128GB (twice as much as before) and there’s also a 256GB option for those who want more. Plus, this is fast UFS 3.1 storage, up from 2.1. This year it’s actually something to consider as Xiaomi has axed the microSD slot.

    Besides the new chipset, Poco F2 Pro’s new camera setup may be what pushes die-hard Poco fans to upgrade. The main camera has a 1/1.72” sensor with 64MP resolution, with pixel binning that works out to 16MP photos with 1.6µm effective pixels.

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    The phone can push in closer with the 2x zoom camera, which has a 5MP sensor and 50mm lens, or go wide with a 13MP camera. There’s also a 2MP depth sensor. There's no dedicated macro camera, the tele cam takes care of that (it's a tele macro, actually, letting you shoot at a comfortable 3-7cm distance).

    The more powerful chipset enables 8K recording at 30fps (you probably want the 256GB phone if you’re going to shoot in 8K). Also, 4K videos can now be recorded at 60fps.

    The final camera is on the front - a 20MP shooter on a motorized pop-up mechanism. This leaves the 6.67” screen completely unblemished. This year it’s a Super AMOLED panel with HDR+ support, so you can expect a boost in image quality, even if the resolution remains at 1080p+. The switch to AMOLED also allowed the fingerprint reader to move below the screen.

    The screen refreshes at a standard 60Hz, but the touch sampling rate has been amped up to 180Hz. The phone has Widevine L1 certificaiton, so it can play HD content from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and other services.

    6.67" Super AMOLED display with up to 1,200 nits of brightness
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    While Xiaomi skipped the microSD slot, it did leave the 3.5mm headphone jack intact – we know many of you don’t care for Bluetooth headphones. Although the phone does offer Bluetooth 5.1 with aptX HD.

    Finally, we make our way to the battery – it’s bigger and faster than before. The capacity increased to 4,700mAh (from 4,000mAh) faster 30W charging (up from 18W).

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    The Poco F2 Pro will be available online, starting at $500/€500 for the 6/128GB version. There's also a version with 8GB of RAM and 256GB storage for €600. The phone will be available at ***** and ***** first. You can pre-order it today, shipping should start on May 19 (a week from now).

    It will come to other online distributors - from Amazon through Lazada and Shopee to JD and more. The phone will also sell through the official Poco.net site and the team is working on making the F2 Pro available in offline stores too.

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    During the presentation, the Galaxy S20+ and OnePlus 8 Pro were often used for comparisons, two shining examples of Android flagships. Here's how the Poco F2 Pro compares against them:

    Poco F2 Pro vs. Samsung Galaxy S20+ and OnePlus 8 Pro
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