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Poco M4 Pro 4G : test / review

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Price Poco M4 Pro 4G
First configuration
CPU / GPU Performance
Benchmark Antutu/3DMark
Network performance
Wifi performance
GPS performance
Battery range
Photo camera test
External audio quality
Audio quality (headphones)
Screen quality
Operating system
Test / Review conclusion

Poco M4 Pro 4G : test / review

Published on: 28-02-2022 / Modified: 22-07-2022
Poco continues to conquer the world by launching many new phone models each year and despite the opulence of the offer, I find that the Poco range has so far been quite simple with its M, X or F range with each times a pro variant. I tested the Poco M4 5G at the end of 2021 and I knew that a new device from the M range was in the works, I thought it was the Poco M5 but no, it is actually the Poco M4 Pro 4G. A priori, one could wonder if it is not the same phone with just 4G but no, it is a completely different phone.

This Poco M4 Pro in 4G version differs from the 5G version on several levels, it starts with its appearance and goes up to a choice of completely different technical components. Rather than comparing it to the Poco M4 Pro 5G, it should rather be compared with the Redmi Note 11 Pro which uses a common base with this new Poco. Complicated? I will try to shed some light on this new version to help you choose between the 4G version and the 5G version.


For the launch of the Poco M4 Pro 4G, take advantage of a temporary reduction of €20 which will reduce the price from €199 to 179€. To take advantage of it: Poco M4 Pro 4G 179€

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Structure of my tests

I test the phones according to a pre-established structure (see below) to provide you with as much information as possible. Unfortunately, this takes a long time. Some tests like network performance tests take several days and for photo tests I sometimes have to wait until the weather is suitable to take pictures in good conditions. I am therefore obliged to publish the tests step by step, so I invite you to come back if the test is not complete at the time of your visit.

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February 14, 2022: after some setbacks with customs, I finally receive the Poco M4 Pro 4G, the test can finally start
February 28, 2022: marketing date of the new Poco.

Why this phone?

Despite the growing number of models at Poco, I have managed to test all the Pocos released since 2020 and have never been disappointed so far. Some models are obviously more interesting than others, but Poco has managed to establish itself as the champion of the price/performance relationship without depriving itself of an audience who just wants a good phone. The gamer format has faded a bit over time. The M range represents the entry level at Poco but the M Pro range has evolved so much in two generations that we can hardly consider these models as entry-level models, especially if we compare them with the competition.

The Poco M4 4G brings a number of improvements over the 5G version, yet it's usually the opposite. It's not on the performance side that you have to look for the improvement because this 4G version is a little less powerful, but it's rather on the side of the main camera that you have to look for the difference. This Poco is equipped with an Omnivision sensor, a Sony IMX 471 which is found in particular in several OnePlus models including the OnePlus 9 Pro and a second Sony sensor for ultra wide angle photos.


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The box of this new Poco broadly follows the Poco identity with the dominance of yellow and black. The box of this 4G version is slightly different from that of the 5G version but no very visible distinctive sign, so you will have to be careful to be sure you are buying the right version. The box contains the phone, a transparent soft silicone protection, a 33W charger and a USB type C cable.

First configuration

The Poco M3 starts its life by shipping MIUI 13, the configuration screens have been slightly improved but without fundamentally changing the experience. Since it's the Poco brand, you won't have to skip the screens to register for the Xiaomi cloud, but Xiaomi has found a new trick. At the end of the configuration, you will have the possibility of activating wallpapers in carousel mode. It's a great idea and I've always found these Xiaomi atmospheres and animations to be quite successful, but this time these screens will create an opportunity to create advertising cookies. Xiaomi is transparent and honest because you are not only warned about cookies but you have the possibility to refuse them. Many people are allergic to this kind of process, but you should know that advertising is part of Xiaomi's business model and that this allows them to market phones at competitive prices.


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As I write these lines, I don't know how many colors will be available for this new version, but I can already see some differences with the 5G version. The version I tested was completely black with a large photo block of the same color. On the 5G version, the photo block stood out quite strongly from the back of the phone, this is less the case with this new version where the photo block occupies the entire width of the phone. You can therefore put it on its back without it being unbalanced. The composition of the back is similar to the 5G version, this version just uses a more reflective plastic.

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The photo block is quite uniform, it forms a whole with the logo and occupies almost the entire width of the phone. The main sensor is accompanied by two other sensors and an LED for the flash.
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On the right side we find the usual volume and ignition buttons, the latter is also equipped with a fingerprint sensor. The position of these buttons is roughly the same as on the brand's other phones.
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On the other side we find the sim drawer which can accommodate two sim cards and a memory card, this drawer is therefore quite long.
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Below is one of the two external speakers, a sound sensor and the USB-C port.
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Above we find the audio output jack, the second speaker which is not on the same side as the one below, a sound sensor and an infrared transmitter.
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The selfie sensor is centered in the form of a punch of a similar size to other phones in this price range. The borders are clearly visible but nothing abnormal either for this type of phone.

The Poco M4 Pro broadly takes up the codes of the M range but with a few small changes in terms of colors and the integration of the photo module and I find that this new integration of the photo module is more successful than in the previous model. The level of finish is generally the same.


The information below comes from the Device Info HW application. The application provides detailed technical information about the tested phone. I tested the 4Gb / 64Gb version of the Poco M4 Pro 4G, you will find the technical characteristics of this model in the following screenshots. The code name for this model is 2201117PG.

In summary:
- Mediatek architecture (CPU, GPU, Wifi, GPS, Bluetooth)
- 6.43 inch screen in 2400x1800 and 90Hz
- 5000 mAh battery
- Omnivision main sensor

CPU / GPU Performance

The Poco M4 Pro 4G runs on a Mediatek architecture like the previous version. For the CPU, it relies on a MediaTek Helio G96 4G which is also available on the Redmi Note 11 Pro, Redmi Note 11s as well as a few other lesser known models. This CPU offers decent performance that will give you a good level of comfort for almost all everyday uses.

For the graphics part it is equipped with an ARM Mali-G57 MC2 900MHz, here it is also the same as the Redmi Note 11 Pro and it is also a bit the same performance thing. We cannot consider this model as a model designed for gaming, but you will be able to play most games without problems with sometimes some concessions on the level of detail.

I got good results with the modem paired with this architecture when testing the Redmi Note 11 Pro, so I should get good 4G network sensitivity on this phone.

Benchmark Antutu/3DMark

I got a score of 253,000 points with this phone, it's a score that puts this phone in a comfort zone where a large audience will find happiness. The phone is responsive and access to apps is fast.


To test the performance in game, I download the mobile PUBG game and evaluate the in-game experience, graphics level and depth of vision. This game is quite demanding and should help you evaluating the performance of a phone.
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The Poco M4 Pro 4G is not a phone designed for gamers but the Poco brand has always been able to offer a good price/performance ratio and this is again the case with this model . Even though it can't compete with models like Poco X3 Pro, it still offers a good gaming experience. PUBG Mobile can run in HD and I didn't notice any lag while playing. For other games more greedy, you may have to lower the level of graphics but again, this should not prevent you from playing.

Network performance

The Poco M4 Pro 4G offers a wide enough frequency coverage to be used anywhere in Europe.

Signal 4G (from December 2020)

I decided to change the methodology for measuring the network because I noticed that the configuration of the mobile network changes over time. This makes it more difficult to compare phones because the conditions are no longer exactly the same.

To overcome this problem, I set up a device that captures 24 hours a day about ten parameters from the mobile network (ex: cell id, rssi, rsrq, snr, frequency,...). I then place the phone next to the device for 24 to 48 hours taking the same measurements so that I can compare them.

Overview of the phones tested with this methodology

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I took over 1200 measurements to measure the 4G signal quality of this phone and got an excellent score of -88.95 dBm, this is the best signal level I could get since I do this network test. My probe obtained an average signal of -90.85 dBm at the same time, so the Poco M4 Pro 4G has excellent network sensitivity and its signal remained very stable throughout the test.

Download/Upload speed

To test the download speed, I have identified some 4G cells offering good performance where I test all my devices several times to see what download and upload speed they can achieve.

Wifi performance

To test a phone's ability to receive the network properly, I take measurements near my router and then remotely (and always at the same place). This gives me an average in dBm where a value of -90 dBm indicates poorer performance than a value at -30 dBm.

Wifi signal

I measured an average signal of -19 dBm near the router and an average signal of -55 dBm at a distance, these are very similar values to what I had obtained with the Poco M4 Pro 5G. This score places this Poco a little above average.

Download/Upload speed

To test the speed in Wifi, I connect to my router in 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz (if available) and use the Ookla application to measure the speed.

GPS performance

To test the accuracy of the GPS signal, I use two positioning applications to evaluate the difference between the actual position and the position indicated by the phone. This test is done outdoors with nothing to obstruct the signal. An accuracy level of up to 3 meters can easily be corrected by an application (e.g. Google Maps).

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This Poco M4 Pro uses a Mediatek chip for GPS. I got 1 meter accuracy fairly quickly, which is often the case with Mediatek chips. I also checked if this phone was able to pick up multiple frequencies but only found the usual L1, B1, E1.

Battery range

To test battery life I developed an application that measures the battery level minute by minute until the battery is empty. This application consumes about ten percent of the phone's resources and I do a test with 100 brightness. This test aims to reproduce a contemplative use of a phone (e.g. surfing the internet, reading articles, spending time on social networks). These results are not valid for intensive gaming/streaming use.
The Poco M4 Pro is equipped with a 5000 mAh battery with 33W fast charging. In this price range, the 33W fast charge is quite rare and can charge the battery from 1 to 100% in 77 minutes. It takes about 14 minutes to charge the first 20 percent but the charging speed decreases sharply for the last 20 percent because it took 25 minutes to charge the last 20 percent.
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I measured a battery life of just over 700 minutes with the screen brightness at 100% and 1500 minutes with the screen brightness at 50%. Autonomy is therefore quite linear in relation to the brightness of the screen, it is also in the average of phones in this price range. You should be able to last 2-3 days with normal use before needing to charge your phone.
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Photo camera test

To test the quality of photos produced by a phone, I do a technical test (resolution, sharpness, chromatic aberration,...) in studio (identical conditions) to evaluate the technical part objectively. From the second half of 2020, I built my own laboratory to take completely objective technical measurements. I then take pictures in real conditions to see how the camera performs. I then evaluate these photos according to my criteria but I publish the photos so that you can evaluate the result according to your criteria.


The Poco M4 Pro 4G is equipped with the following sensors:
- 64MP Omnivision OV64B40, I have already tested this sensor on the Redmi Note 10s, I was not very impressed with the results.
- Sony IMX 471 with 16 million pixels for selfies, it's the same as on the OnePlus 9 Pro
- Sony IMX 355 with 8 million pixels for ultra wide angle photos , I've tested this sensor dozens of times
- 2MP Galaxy Core GC02M1 for macros.

Photo quality

Photo quality (indoor/studio)

The studio test is carried out under the same conditions so that the results can be compared on an equal basis. I calibrate my lighting for each test to obtain the same brightness and colour temperature. This test is a preliminary analysis of the technical qualities of a camera. Most phones fail this test, so you should also read the results of the other tests in the following paragraphs.

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The Omnivision OV64B40 sensor is also present in the Redmi Note 10s and I don't see any change in image processing between the Redmi and this Poco. The photo is underexposed like most of the phones I test, the sharpness is good and I don't see any trace of too much processing, the colors are sufficiently saturated and I don't notice any digital noise. From a purely technical point of view, this sensor passes this first test with a good result. I've added photos taken in different modes below and I've also added photos taken with the ultra-wide-angle sensor that I've tested many times on other phones.

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In this photo we can see that the sharpness in the center is correct without being excessive, but this sharpness deteriorates on the periphery. I can't rule out a problem with the angle for the shot, but if so, it shows that the area of sharpness isn't very deep and that the degradation is still very real.

Photo: technical test

I was inspired by industrial technical tests to create my own technical test to evaluate the technical quality of a camera. This test is an objective assessment of a camera's ability to render a scene correctly.

I test the following elements:
- centre sharpness, peripheral sharpness
- colour fidelity based on 24 reference colours
- level of chromatic aberration
- dynamic range (ability to capture dark and light areas without loss)
- distortion

The technical evaluation may differ from the subjective evaluation as the feeling of a photo will be influenced by the processing provided by each manufacturer.

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The Omnivision OV64B40 sensor is also present in the Redmi Note 10s and I don't see any change in image processing between the Redmi and this Poco. The photo is underexposed like most of the phones I test, the sharpness is good and I don't see any trace of too much processing, the colors are sufficiently saturated and I don't notice any digital noise. From a purely technical point of view, this sensor passes this first test with a good result. I've added photos taken in different modes below and I've also added photos taken with the ultra-wide-angle sensor that I've tested many times on other phones.

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In this photo we can see that the sharpness in the center is correct without being excessive, but this sharpness deteriorates on the periphery. I can't rule out a problem with the angle for the shot, but if so, it shows that the area of sharpness isn't very deep and that the degradation is still very real.

Outdoor photo quality

Omnivision OV64B40

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The weather was not very nice outside when I took these photos, I took advantage of a lull in the storm Eunice to go take pictures. The light was not very good and the scenery was very muddy. It's also the first time I've tested this Omnivision sensor and since I've never had an extraordinary experience with the other sensors of this brand, I didn't have high expectations regarding the quality of the photos. However, I was surprised by the quality of the photos produced by this sensor. Photos are too dark but that's often the case when lighting isn't ideal, dynamic range is good, I see very few overexposed or underexposed areas, colors also seem fairly accurate. Sharpness is good, tree branch detail is really good, I don't see any traces of sharpening processing either. This sensor therefore has undeniable qualities with in particular a beautiful natural sharpness which rises above the average.

Sony IMX 355

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This type of sensor (ultra wide angle) produces almost no never photos of superior quality to the main sensor but this Sony IMX 355 manages to do better than the average. The sharpness is average, there are chromatic aberrations, there is smoothing but all this is usual for this kind of sensor. The colors are on the other hand more faithful than the main sensor, it is one of the strengths of this Sony sensor.

Test photo / night

Not yet available / tested

Video quality


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The Poco M4 Pro 4G is capable of filming in 1080p and 30 frames per second, it is not possible to film in 4k. Stabilization is good for a phone in this price class, the image vibrates only briefly with each step, and the image is recalculated quite quickly. It is probably the limitation to 1080p that allows this because with a 4k video, a phone of this power could not stabilize the image correctly.

Video normale conditions
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This phone is limited to 1080p and 30 frames per second but the videos it produces are quite good for this price category. The video is quite dark but the brightness was not good and most phones produce underexposed video in these conditions. Focus is fast, exposure jumps are noticeable but quick, sharpness is also good and dynamic range is also good, the sky doesn't turn white when I drop below the horizon line. This Poco M4 Pro 4G offers better sharpness than the previous model.

Video low light

Not yet available / tested

External audio quality

This test is intended to give you an overview of the volume and sound quality during calls and when listening to music through the external speakers.

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The Poco M4 Pro 4G produces medium power sound from its external speakers, the sound is focused on the treble without it being really problematic, the bass sounds are a bit lacking deep but for a phone in this price range, it's quite normal.

The call volume is quite low compared to what I have already measured, the external speaker makes up for this shortcoming. The sound is also quite focused on the treble and also lacks depth. The conversations are completely understandable, it's just an almost aesthetic problem with the sound.

Audio quality (headphones)

To test the quality of the phone's audio output, I connect the device's audio output to a measuring tool, then play sounds on all frequencies and measure the differences between the original sound and the sound produced by the phone. In this way I measure the phone's ability to correctly reproduce all sounds.
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With headphones the sound is of much better quality than with the external speakers, the Poco manages to produce faithful sound on almost all frequencies, it deviates from the norm in the treble but the The difference is not very important. It most likely uses the same hardware for sound as the Redmi Note 11 Pro as I got the exact same result with that phone.

Screen quality

To test the screen, I use a colorimetric probe that measures the color accuracy of a screen, as well as other parameters to see if a screen is able to correctly reproduce an image. I also test the brightness level to determine if the screen will be able to display an image in full sunlight.


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The Poco screen is not configured correctly when it leaves the factory, you have to switch to standard mode to obtain almost perfect colorimetry with a dE of 1.33. White, on the other hand, is a little too warm with a temperature of 6388K, but most users won't even notice it, the difference is so small.

Brightness / Contrast

I measured a brightness of 414cm/m² and couldn't get the brightness to higher even when flooding the sensor with light. This brightness is sufficient for most situations but will be insufficient for readability in direct sunlight. This phone can normally go higher but I don't know where the sensor is to get there.

The contrast is infinite thanks to the amoled, the screen also supports a frequency of 90hz for better fluidity in the movements on the screen. The previous model used an LCD screen, so this is an important development.


This phone is equipped with a fingerprint sensor on the side placed on the ignition button. This sensor works very well, it is well placed and is very fast.

Operating system

This phone runs under MIUI 13 as soon as it is marketed, it is also one of the first to run this version of Xiaomi's operating system. MIUI 13 brings a performance boost compared to the previous version (12.5) and can manage multitasking even better (up to 14 applications open simultaneously). MIUI 13 also brings some improvements to the interface and the customization of it.

Encoutered bugs

Not yet available / tested

Accessories Poco M4 Pro 4G

Compare Poco M4 Pro 4G with the others

Test / Review conclusion

The Poco M4 Pro 4G is at the entry level of the Poco range and yet it could be confused with a mid-range phone from another brand (ex: Samsung). This new 4G version differs from the previous 5G version on the following points: better photo quality, more memory, better screen and it is lighter for identical dimensions. This new Poco will therefore settle in the entry level with the same promise as the previous models by offering a very good price/performance ratio without neglecting those who are not interested in performance.

This Poco M4 Pro 4G is not a degraded version of the 5G version, it is even the opposite in some respects. I was positively surprised by the quality of the photos, this phone cannot compete with the top of the range but the quality of the photos approaches what a Sony IMX 682 can do, the sharpness is good and without aggressive treatment , the colors are also quite faithful.

The screen is another of the qualities of this phone, it offers infinite contrast thanks to the amoled but has color fidelity worthy of the top of the range. Its 90hz frequency will allow it to distinguish itself from other brands in addition to the other qualities already mentioned. There are not many quality amoled screens for less than 200€.

Network sensitivity is also very good, I had measured equivalent results with the Redmi Note 11 Pro and that's normal because these two phones use the same architecture. It's the same for the GPS and the wifi which obtain a score above the average (sensitivity and precision).

On the battery side, it's the fast charge that will give this phone some extra points, the autonomy is good but is average.

Faults? I did not find any major flaws. I find the call volume to be a little below average and the sound to be a little too high-pitched. It is the same for the sound delivered by the external speaker. If we keep in mind that this is a phone for less than 200€, we can hardly fault it.


Screen quality
4G sensitivity
GPS accuracy
Wi-Fi sensitivity
Price/performance ratio
Video stabilization
Battery charging speed


Call volume
High pitch (call + speakerphone)
Screen brightness (not found sensor)

Alternatives to this product

Not yet available / tested

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Are you tired of having to use several chargers and wait a long time to charge your devices? I may have a solution for you with this 100W fast charger!
TCL 30 SE : test / review / price
Who said that entry level was not interesting? For 150€ the TCL SE is not a performance machine but it has a lot of other assets to offer.
Poco M4 Pro 4G : test / review
After a first version in 5G, the Poco M4 Pro comes back in 4G version with a better screen, a better camera and more memory.
Poco M3 Pro : test / review
After the huge success of the Poco M3 at the end of 2020, Poco launches the PRO version with a performance/price ratio that will again shake up the market of smartphones under 200€.
Samsung Galaxy A52: test / review
I don't often test Samsung devices as many others already do but I wanted to make an exception on the Galaxy A52 which will probably generate a lot of sales.
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