The Poco F1 will be getting the ability to record videos in [email protected] along with the ability to capture super slow-mo videos at 960fps. Additionally, Poco is adding a Night Mode similar to Google’s Night Sight mode from the Pixel 2/3 to the device.
Xiaomi managed to take the smartphone market with a storm with its Poco F1. Apart from its beastly internals, Xiaomi has also promised speedy software updates for the device. Now, Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 10 for the Poco F1.
Every once in a while, a smartphone comes that completely changes the game in terms of value for money. Motorola started this trend with the original Moto G handset and then it was OnePlus with the OnePlus One and its following handsets since then.
Xiaomi’s new sub-brand Poco has managed to create quite a stir with the Poco F1. The handset sets a new benchmark for performance and value for money by packing flagship specs in a device that costs only Rs 20,000/$300. Even better, unlike most Xiaomi smartphones, the Poco F1 is launching in Europe and other major markets as the Pocophone F1 as well.
Like the Poco launcher on the Poco F1? The launcher is a part of Poco for MIUI, a special version of MIUI optimized for speed and performance for the Poco F1. The launcher is slated to make its way to Google Play later this month for other Android device but since its APK is already available online, it can now be easily installed on most Xiaomi devices.
The Poco F1 from Xiaomi’s new sub-brand Poco has managed to create quite a stir in the smartphone world. It is currently the cheapest smartphone in the market featuring a Snapdragon 845 chip and 6GB RAM.
Yesterday, Xiaomi’s new sub-brand, Poco, unveiled its first smartphone in India: the Poco F1. The handset has managed to create quite a stir in the Indian smartphone market with its Rs 20,999 ($300) price tag and the specs it offers which includes a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6GB RAM, and a massive 4,000mAh battery.
Less than a day after Xiaomi first unveiled the Poco F1, the handset’s launcher has been made available for other devices. The Poco launcher will make its way to Google Play from August 29 but with the APK now available only, interested users will no longer have to wait to get their hands on it.