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The Poco M2 Pro is a slightly improved version of its Redmi 9 sibling. However, these small improvements in the spec sheet manifest in noticeable differences in everyday operation. Find out below how we decided Poco M2 Pro Price in Bangladesh.
Definitely, Xiaomi is the first manufacturer to use the new MediaTek Helio G85 in the Poco M2 Pro. The Taiwanese chip manufacturer introduced this SoC in May of this year. Like the Redmi 9, the Note 9 also starts at a very affordable price in the German market. With 64 GB of internal storage and 3 GB of RAM, our test unit costs about 15,000 BDT.
For the top version with 128 GB of RAM and 4 GB of working memory, you currently have to pay about 170 Euros (~$202). Buyers of the will get a 6.53-inch punchhole 1080p IPS display, a brand new Helio chipset, and a quad camera system with a 48MP main sensor. Like the Redmi 9 brothers, the battery is very large and has a capacity of 5020mAh.
The front of the Poco M2 Pro is made of 5th generation scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass that blends seamlessly into the frame. The 6.53-inch IPS display is surrounded by relatively narrow edges on the sides, and thanks to the punch holes, the top and bottom edges of the case are also very slim. The screen-to-surface ratio is 83.5%, which is suitable for this price range.
In our opinion, the slightly rounded back is made of plastic rather than glass. However, Chinese manufacturers do not provide any information on this. You can choose from Forest Green, Midnight Gray, Polar White, and Onyx Black. The 8.9 mm slim case with rounded sides fits comfortably in your hand. Note 9 is not waterproof and has no official IP rating for drip-proof.
However, like other Redmi and Mi models, Xiaomi uses a nano-coating process, so you need to protect your Poco M2 Pro from water and dust when it rains.
Processing quality is at a very good level. The key on the right fits snugly in the frame and the case gives a very stable impression.
I was very impressed with the camera technology that Xiaomi is packing into the Redmi Note series. Last year’s Redmi Note 8T far outweighed its weight with a very impressive quad camera setup. Poco M2 Pro actually seems to be very similar.
Again, there’s a 48-megapixel main sensor, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide sensor, a 2-megapixel macro, and a dedicated 2-megapixel depth sensor. It feels like a record is set here, but the 2 megapixel macro isn’t really worth the space it occupies, and the depth sensor feels pretty verbose.
The protracted suspicion is that low-cost phone makers are simply putting such components into their mixes as a cheap way to achieve “quad camera” status. Call it cynical. But I don’t know how one of these 2 megapixel sensors will add something meaningful to everyday photography. Aside from the’s resentment, I was very impressed with the images captured by Poco M2 Pro.
As long as the lighting is good, you’ll get sharp, balanced shots that you wouldn’t expect to pay over £ 400. I caught a strange hint of overexposure, but overall, the phone handled a brilliantly high dynamic range scenario at that price. The’s 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor matches the audio of the main camera pretty well, but if you look closely, it’s noisy, especially if you pay attention to the edges of the frame. Still, it’s always a welcome option.
The standard 1X shot captures 4 pixels of visual information to create the right one for sharper 12 megapixel snaps. You can take 2X shots that can be used in combination with this pixel-rich main sensor and intelligent Xiaomi software without the need for a special telephoto lens. Setting the zoom front high will cause serious noise.
The Xiaomi Poco M2 Pro has a 5,020mAh battery. That would be considered pretty huge in a topend phone with a 4K 120Hz display, let alone in a budget phone with much less demanding hardware.
However, size isn`t everything when it comes to battery life; software smarts are also necessary if you want decent stamina. Nevertheless, it counts plenty. And the result is that this is a proper twoday phone.
Unless you’re a full power user or media geek (and if you do, this is probably not a phone for you), there’s two days of use during charging. When accessing the
streaming service, the Xiaomi Poco M2 Pro is extremely durable, if not excellent.
Watching Netflix at half the brightness of the screen for an hour saved 7% on charging. This is a good result, but not a great one. Also noteworthy is the fact that Poco M2 Pro supports 18W fast charging. No, it’s not the fastest standard in the world, but it’s still notable for such a cheap phone.
This phone is equipped with the cheaper MediaTek Helio G85 instead. Look at the benchmarks and you won’t notice much difference between these two chips in terms of raw performance. The average multi-core score on Geekbench 5 is 1,273, quite similar to Qualcomm’s most popular low-cost chip.
In our hands, we noticed slight but fairly frequent stutter when navigating between home screens, scrolling between menus and unlocking the Poco M2 Pro. Without a doubt, we’re using one cheap phone.
The first release date of Xiaomi Poco M2 Pro in Bangladesh was on May 12, 2020. Poco M2 Pro Price in Bangladesh officially start from ৳18,999 for the 64GB model, moving up to ৳21,999 for the 128GB model.
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As of May 12, 2020, Poco M2 Pro Price in Bangladesh is ৳18,999 for 4/64 GB, ৳18,999 for 4/64 GB , and ৳19,999 for 4/128 GB model.
Poco M2 Pro has display size of 6.51 inches.
Full HD+ 1080 x 2340 pixels (395 ppi)
Android 10 (MIUI 11)
Fingerprint, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Proximity, E-Compass.