The first Xiaomi-created Pocophone was a surprise hit when it launched in 2018, offering nearly all that you would anticipate from a flagship phone at a ~$300 price point (however it didn’t generally work in the United States). More phones have been released under the Poco brand from that point forward, yet there hasn’t been a direct sequel to the original F1. Gossipy tidbits about a potential Poco F2 have been coursing for some time, and now Xiaomi has affirmed it’s in transit.
The Twitter represent Poco in India published a promotional video on December 31st, generally serving as a review about the brand in 2020. Notwithstanding, close to the end of the video (around 0:44), “The F2” flashes on-screen for a brief second. This gives off an impression of being the first time Xiaomi/Poco has authoritatively recognized that a Poco F2 is in progress, however, the Poco F2 Pro was released a year ago.
There isn’t much else in the method of affirmed data at this moment, however different leaks point to the F2 having a Snapdragon 732G chipset, four back cameras, a 120Hz AMOLED screen, 4,250mAh battery, and NFC support. The first Poco F1 remarkably needed NFC, in the same way as other of the other budget phones Xiaomi has created over the past few years.