Latest HP Poco M4 Pro Review – The first time the Poco M4 Pro was released in Indonesia, if you are curious about the review of the Poco M4 Pro cellphone, you can see the article below.

Poco M4 Pro was released in two storage versions, 6GB + 128GB and 8GB + 256GB. While the color choices are Cool Blue, Poco Yellow, and Power Black.

List of HP Review Poco M4 Pro

Below we have discussed the review list for the Poco M4 Pro cellphone, as follows:

Box Design and Contents

The Poco M4 Pro has dimensions of 159.87mm x 73.87mm x 8.09mm and weighs 179 grams. The Poco M4 Pro we currently have is the Cool Blue model with 8GB RAM and 256GB ROM.

One of its highlights lies on the rear panel, where there is a large camera module that is almost a third the size of the body.

The camera frame consists of three main cameras, the Poco logo and the phrase '64MP AI Triple Camera'. The speaker and Infrared Blaster can be found at the top of the device.

On the bottom side there is a USB-C connector, microphone and speaker, which implies that the Poco M4 Pro has a total of twin speakers above and below.

On the left there are three slots consisting of a twin SIM slot and a MicroSD. The power and volume buttons, which are also the fingerprint sensor, are located on the right side of the device.

The contents of the Poco M4 Pro Box include one cell phone, 33W charger, USB-C cable, SIM ejector, silicon case, warranty card and user manual.

When tried, the Poco M4 Pro feels comfortable and simple to hold. The back is also not slippery or leaves fingerprints, this can be confirmed by wiping the back of the body with your fingernail.

Maybe what needs attention is that the rear camera module is rather thick, so if it falls it can be damaged. But you can outsmart it by using the protective case included in the package.


Poco M4 Pro offers a 6.43-inch Super AMOLED screen, FHD+ resolution or 2400×1080 pixels, 90Hz refresh rate, 180Hz touch sampling rate, and is covered with Gorilla Glass 3.

Because colors are brighter on this Super AMOLED screen than on IPS LCD, it's easier on the eye. When using the screen to watch YouTube videos, the FHD+ resolution enhances the viewing experience.

When browsing through social media, a screen with a refresh rate of 90Hz is more comfortable to use. Unfortunately the Poco M4 Pro only supports 90Hz and 60Hz settings, there is no automatic option to help the battery last longer.


The 64MP main camera, 8MP ultrawide camera and 2MP macro camera are all on the back of the Poco M4 Pro. Meanwhile, the front camera has a 16MP resolution with a punch hole design in the middle.

Daylight is ideal for maximizing the ability of this 64MP camera to capture light and color. It is possible to capture bright colors when shooting photos such as buildings or plants with this camera.

Even though there is no dedicated portrait camera, the Poco M4 Pro lens can still shoot something well. The targeted item can be captured clearly, but the background still appears blurred.

Slightly different in indoor photos, the main camera of the Poco M4 Pro is a little exaggerated when it comes to creating colors.

Then for photos at night or in low light conditions, the Poco M4 Pro camera may not be sufficient here. Whether it's on the main camera or ultrawide.

There's still a faint hum in the light, for example, which makes the lamp look shabby. Photos at night are also less than perfect in capturing the crispness of colors.

If you plan to use the Poco M4 Pro to shoot night photos, you must activate the camera's Night Mode. At least photos can capture more light.


Poco M4 Pro is powered by the MediaTek Helio G96 CPU combined with 8GB RAM and 256GB ROM. A Micro SD card port and dynamic RAM expansion technology, or up to 3GB of extra RAM, are also available if needed.

Poco M4 Pro makes its move using AnTuTu v.9.3.6. That's a respectable 306,440 on AnTuTu for an entry-level phone like the Poco F1!

Armed with that, we evaluated the performance of the Poco M4 Pro by playing Mobile Legends to Call of Duty Mobile (CODM).

Using 'High' and 'Ultra' graphic settings, we played Mobile Legends for 13 minutes. As a result, the game can run smoothly without the slightest lag or freeze in the middle of the game.

Then we tried the 34 minute CODM game with 'Medium' Graphics and 'High' Frame Rate options. Even though it's stuck and there are no maximum graphic options, CODM games may still be able to be played smoothly without latency or freezes.

There are no worries about overheating when playing this game. As a result, playing games on the Poco M4 Pro for a long time will not be a problem.


The Poco M4 Pro is equipped with a built-in 33W charger and a 5,000mAh battery. When used sparingly, such as watching movies, browsing the web, or checking social media, this battery can last all day.

That way, it runs out in the morning, then runs out in the evening between 8 and 9. The battery life of the Poco M4 Pro is impressive when used for gaming. C

ODM for 34 minutes the battery runs out 5 percent, then Mobile Legends for 13 minutes uses 4 percent. The included 33W charger is one of the best features of the Poco M4 Pro.

The charger can charge the phone from 0 to 100 in less than an hour, at a rate of 55 minutes.


In the article above, we have provided a review of the Poco M4 Pro, which was recently released in Indonesia, namely in terms of design and contents of the box, screen, camera, performance and battery.

Thus the article about the Latest HP Poco M4 Pro Review, I hope the above article can be useful and helpful for all of you.

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