Poco F4 5G will make its global debut in India on July 23, the Xiaomi spin-off brand Poco has announced.

Based on the renders that Poco has been teasing, it looks like the F4 5G  would bear a striking resemblance to an existing Redmi phone called the  Redmi K40S.

Regardless, the Poco F4 has been confirmed to come with “ergonomic flat  sides” and a two-stage camera assembly headlined by a 64MP sensor with  optical image stabilisation.

The Redmi K40S uses a lower resolution 48MP primary sensor, to be  clear. The Poco F4 will also come with two more cameras though the exact  nature of the sensors isn’t known yet.

On the front, you’ll get a 4th Gen E4 Super AMOLED “truecolour” display  with up to 1300nits peak brightness and support for HDR10+ and Dolby  Vision.

Under the hood, the Poco F4 5G will come with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 870  chip paired with up to 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and up to 256GB of UFS3.1  storage.

Poco is using Liquidcool 2.0 technology inside this phone with a  seemingly large 3112mm2 vapor chamber and 7-layered graphite sheets to  pull sustained performance.