Xiaomi’s POCO launched the F1, the company’s first smartphone in India back in August starting at Rs. 20,999. After offering discounts during sales, Xiaomi has announced Rs. 1000 permanent price cut for the smartphone in the country to celebrate 700,000 unit sales globally. The base variant now starts at Rs. 19,999. The POCO F1 is available from both Flipkart and Mi.com at new rates.
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Update – December 10, 2018 – After Global Open Beta ROM, POCO has released new 8.12.7 Global Public Beta update for the phone. You can download the recovery ROM here and flash using updater method.
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POCO today rolled out new MIUI 10 8.12.4 beta update for testers that brings new camera features including 960fps slow-motion video recording in addition to 120fps and 240fps, however the company is yet to bring 4K 60fps support, which was promised couple of months back.
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Xiaomi’s sub-brand POCO launched the F1 smartphone back in August in Graphite Black, Steel Blue and Armored Edition with Kevlar back, and it launched the Rosso Red Edition of the smartphone last month. Here we have the photo gallery of the smartphone. The Red edition has a smooth polycarbonate body. Continue reading “POCO F1 Rosso Red Edition Photo Gallery”
Xiaomi’s sub-brand POCO launched POCO F1 couple of months ago in India, the smartphone has been in news since the launch for the good reasons except for a few issues, but the company has been very responsive towards addressing the issues. POCO F1 lacks widevine L1 support because of which POCO F1 users can not stream HD content on Netflix and Amazon Prime Videos, in response to users on Twitter the company spokesperson mentioned that company is investigating the issue. Continue reading “POCO F1 Widevine L1 support expected to arrive soon”
Xiaomi’s sub-brand POCO launched the POCO F1 running on Android 8.1 (Oreo) with a skin on top, which company is referring to as MIUI For POCO. MIUI for POCO is regular MIUI with few new additions like POCO launcher, stock Android like quick setting tiles and others. POCO Launcher (Beta) was leaked early, later it appeared on the Play Store bringing several news features. After over a month of test, the app is now out of beta and is available for download for several smartphones. Continue reading “POCO Launcher for Android out of beta, now available for most smartphones”
POCO has finally addressed POCO F1’s “screen bleeding” issue reported by several users. The company has released a statement saying that less than 0.3% of total users have experienced edge light dispersion, which can be fixed through service centres after the phone is examined if there is any issues. However this does not affect the performance or usability of the phone , it added. It assured that it would be working further to reduce tolerances. Continue reading “POCO finally addresses POCO F1’s screen bleeding reports”
After teasers, POCO has officially announced that the Rosso Red Edition of the POCO F1 smartphone will go on sale in India next week. This joins the Graphite Black, Steel Blue and Armored Edition with Kevlar back that were on sale from August.
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Xiaomi’s sub-brand POCO launched the F1 smartphone last month, and the phone first time on Flipkart and Mi.com from August 29th. At that time the company said that it will be selling official mobile skins for the phone at Rs. 299. Today it has announced that the skins will be available for the first time tomorrow, September 19th through Flipkart and Mi.com at 12PM.
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Xiaomi’s POCO sub-brand launched the POCO F1 smartphone last month starting at Rs. 20,999. The company started selling the phone from August 29th, and the phone has seen Rs. 200 crore worth of sales in 5 minutes in the first sale. Today the company has announced that the 6GB RAM with 128GB storage version will go on open sale on Flipkart as well as Mi.com starting today midnight for Rs. 23,999. Continue reading “POCO F1 6GB RAM, 128GB storage version will go on open sale in India from today midnight”
Xiaomi’s sub-brand POCO launched the POCO F1, the company’s first smartphone in India last month at a competitive price tag of Rs. 20,999. Today the company has confirmed that the smartphone is certified splash resistant by P2i, which is popular for its liquid repellant nanotechnology, so it is fine with everyday splashes and spills, but you can’t immerse it in water.
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Xiaomi devices are well-known for the awesome custom ROM support, thanks to the developer community. Unlocked bootloader is required to flash custom ROM on devices, and whether a user should unlock the bootloader of devices or not seems a never-ending debate. Resellers on global shopping portal used to take advantage of bootloader unlocking policies of some OEMs to install bloatware and modify software before shipping devices. As a resolution, Xiaomi introduced a wait time of 72 hours (3 days) to unlock the bootloader, which was recently increased to 360 hours (15 days). Continue reading “POCO F1: Now you can unlock bootloader within 3 days, Asphalt 9 issue fixed, low audio issue fix coming in next OTA update”
If you’re in the market for a new smartphone, you’ve probably heard of the POCO F1 by now. An all new sub brand by Xiaomi, the POCO is aimed at giving you all out performance and all the other features you expect from a high end phone, at a very affordable price. Yes, we’ve heard that before. Heck the entire ‘Flagship Killer’ category stemmed from providing high end internals at a relatively low cost price. Now, before we do a deep down on the phone, let me just put it out there. The POCO F1 is possibly the best deal in smartphones right now and yet, it is not exactly a flagship and/or a OnePlus 6 killer. Confused? Let us explain. Continue reading “POCO F1 Review: Deal of the Century”