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The Poco F1 - also known as the Pocophone F1 - was launched last August at a price point of Rs 20,999. The price was later slashed to Rs 19,999 in December.
The Poco F1 comes with pretty impressive firepower under the hood for its price. For starters, the device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor with AI prowess in the form of AIE 845.
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The Poco F1 is getting a new stable update, but from what we know, it only includes the February Android security patch and a few fixes.
Poco F1 users won't have to submit their devices as they will be getting an over-the-air update which should include the certification.
The Poco F1 will be available with the new price tag across all partner retail stores like Flipkart and also on Mi Homes and Mi.com.
Poco India through its official Twitter account on Monday revealed that the Poco F1 will receive discounts up to Rs. 5,000 between December 6 and 8 through Mi.com and Flipkart.
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Poco F1 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor with AI prowess in the form of AIE 845.
The Poco F1 will come in a 6GB RAM, 64GB storage option priced at Rs 20,999, a 128GB storage variant for Rs 23,999 and a top-of-the-line 8GB RAM, 256GB storage option at Rs 28,999.
After Huawei and Samsung, Xiaomi’s Poco F1 and its camera prowess is being promoted on social media using photos taken by another phone. And the rather shoddy edits gave it away.
Poco F1 will be available in four different colour options, namely – Russo Red, Blue, Black and a special Kevlar edition which has been made from real Kevlar as per the company.
The Poco F1 boasts an impressive firepower that takes on the likes of OnePlus 6.