Xiaomi Poco F1 is the new Android smartphone of the Chinese manufacturer that for the occasion has launched a new brand, Pocophone, with the aim of selling smartphones with excellent features at even lower prices of the same Xiaomi. And since it is a rib of Xiaomi, smartphones are the same as the Chinese manufacturer.
Xiaomi Poco F1 is indeed a Xiaomi Mi 8, different only for the body design, less sought after in this Poco F1 and the same should be for all the other devices of this brand. The smartphone has an extremely simple-looking body where a 5.9-inch diagonal Full HD + screen is placed.
A panel with the notch at the top that occupies most of the front surface. Below is the heart of Xiaomi Poco F1: the Snapdragon 845 with Octa-Core processor, Adreno 630 GPU, 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory. A mix that reaches up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of memory for high performance.
The rest of the features include a 20 MegaPixel front camera and a dual 12 + 5 MegaPixel rear camera. Sensors, optics, and technologies borrowed directly from Xiaomi Mi 8 and therefore also equipped with artificial intelligence functions for scene recognition.
Do not miss a scanner of the face that uses an infrared sensor, a fingerprint reader on the back, a 4G modem, WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, GPS and a 4000 mAh battery with support for fast charging. Android Oreo manages everything with MIUI for Poco custom interface.
It will take about 299 euros for the version with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB internal while switching to 359 euros for the one with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal memory. The same, but with the back in the most durable and pleasant kevlar, will be available at around 370 euros. Xiaomi Little F1 will arrive in Europe, but information on availability is still missing.
Details that will be announced on August 27th during the international presentation to be held in Paris.
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