For most people, Xiaomi is nothing quite the personification of cheap but high-quality smartphones. This doesn’t diminish the brand’s achievements within the field of flagships, but it’s challenging to match the corporate with large players. But this is often for now because, in 2020, Xiaomi is preparing the flagship Mi 9, which should prove to be uncompromising with the foremost advanced technologies. The pioneer Pocophone F1 was introduced at the top of summer 2018, and therefore the smartphone became the first affordable device supported the Snapdragon 845 processor.
Nevertheless, it had been difficult to call it a flagship, because it had been trimmed in cameras, received a plastic case, lost an NFC and an AMOLED screen. On the opposite hand, mobile gamers and just people that value the facility of iron, without hesitation, they began to mass respect, since the value of a smartphone dressed to be unrealistically low. Now Xiaomi wants to repeat and consolidate the success with the discharge of the Pocophone F2, which, perhaps, can wipe the nose of competitors not only with the price but also with appearance.
Poco F2 release and price:
Most importantly, Poco F2 continues the pleasant tradition with an incredibly low price tag in the presence of top-end iron. After all, there are fears that the Poco F1 was made to draw attention to the Xiaomi sub-brand, and now the line will degenerate into an expensive flagship.
However, if you discard this, then expect the device is priced from 300 to 350 dollars, not more. It is too early to predict the device’s release date, but the Pocophone F2 is coming sooner than its predecessor. Therefore, it is worth focusing on the end of spring – the beginning of summer 2020. One thing we can say for sure is that the device is about to get announced at any time. It was expected that the device would roll out in mid-April, but due to pandemic, it is holded back.
Poco F2 expected Specifications:
Most likely, the device will receive a display with a diagonal of 6 to 6.3 inches with a resolution of Full HD +. No AMOLED, just an old, good IPS screen. The processor will be Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, which in addition to high performance, will allow the device to work in networks of the 5th generation.
Machine learning and all the power of the neural computing unit will let Poco F2 be as effective as other devices based on the Snapdragon 865 or maybe 865+. Since the smartphone will be the best solution for budget gaming, the RAM will be in the range of 6 to 8 GB, and the constant will be 64 up to 128 GB, although there is information about the 256 GB version of the device. Still, all of these are rumors so we can expect some considerable changes in these as we come closer to release.