Poco F3 was recently launched in the European market and was renamed Redmi K40. The company shared a disassembly video of the Poco F3 last Friday, which showed several different components as well as liquid cooling technology, a unique fingerprint scanner and linear motor. The phone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC, is equipped with dual speakers, triple rear cameras, fast charging support, and other impressive specifications, and starts at 349 Euros (approximately Rs 30,100).

Poco Global shared just 2 minutes video The disassembly of Poco F3 was shown on Twitter. It starts with the dual SIM card tray, and then continues to display the microphone, LED flashlight, one of the 360-degree ambient light sensors and the IR blaster. Then, it shows three independent modules of three camera sensors-a 48-megapixel main sensor, an 8-megapixel sensor with ultra-wide-angle lens, and a third 5-megapixel TeleMacro camera.

After removing the 4,520mAh battery, you can use the side-mounted fingerprint scanner, which is different from other mobile phones where there is no groove on the side. On Poco F3, the side-mounted fingerprint scanner feels like a normal power button. According to Poco, after removing the E4 AMOLED display, the power consumption of the display has been reduced by 15% and it supports a brightness of 1300 nits. This shows liquid cooling, which the company calls LiquidCool Technology 1.0 Plus. It is a copper strip that extends from the location of the CPU to the middle of the location of the battery, thereby dissipating the heat of the CPU. Poco says this for three-dimensional heat dissipation.

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You can see the dual speakers, and the speakers on the top of the phone are much smaller than the speakers on the bottom. This is how most dual speaker smartphones are installed. The speakers on the Poco F3 support Dolby Atmos and high-resolution audio. The company said that the X-axis linear motor is located between the battery and the USB Type C port, and the motor can generate three-dimensional vibrations.


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