Poco F2 to be launched in 2020

Poco F2, an upgraded variant of Poco F1, can be launched soon in the smartphone market. This information has been given by Alvin Tacey, Global Head of Pocophone. Elwyn, replying to a user’s tweet from his official Twitter account, said that this phone will be launched in the year 2020. Let us tell you that Xiaomi launched its sub-brand Poco in the year 2018. The first phone under this was Poco F1.

Alvin wrote on Twitter, replying to a user’s question,¬†“You will know more about POCO in the year 2020.”¬†This sign is believed that the company will launch Poco F2, an upgraded variant of Poco F1 next year.¬†However, information about which features will be offered with this phone is not available at the moment.¬†However, now Elwyn has deleted this reply.

Some leaks regarding Poco F2 were revealed a few days ago. Under these leaks, the phone will have a notch-less display and a pop-up selfie camera. Also, a triple rear camera with an in-display fingerprint sensor will also be present on the phone. Apart from this, the back panel design of the phone will come with a flame-like gradient pattern.

Features of Poco F1: The phone has a 6.18-inch full display with a pixel resolution of 2246 x 1080. Its aspect ratio is 18.7: 9. This phone is equipped with a 2.8 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. It works on Android Oreo 8.1. It has a dual rear camera. Its primary sensor is 12 megapixels, which comes with f / 1.9 aperture and dual pixel autofocus. At the same time, the secondary sensor is 5 megapixels, which comes with f / 2.0 aperture. Talking about the selfie camera, the phone has a 20-megapixel front camera. To give power to the phone, a 4000 mAh battery has been provided, which supports Quick Charge 3.0.

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