Today, Xiaomi has launched its POCO flagship through a live event, the Poco F2 Pro, which is a direct successor to the loving Poco F1, is basically a rebranded K30 Pro with a less bloated Poco Launcher 2.0.
Poco F2 Pro comes powered via the top of the line Snapdragon 865, which is the Octa-core processor, the first one in the world to support updatable GPU drivers that might increase the lifecycle of devices carrying it.
Poco F2 comes with a 6 GB RAM and 128GB UFS3.1 storage in its base variant.
Throughout the launch event, Poco emphasizes deeply on Poco F2's Liquid Cool 2.0 technology, which comes with a three-layer heat dissipation arrangement consisting of - Graphite Layer, Graphene layer, and the Super VC (vapor chamber) tech. Poco added that the vapor chamber in POCO F2 is larger than any other smartphone in the market and will keep the device cool during long GPU sessions.
POCO F2 has a 6.67 inches Full HD+ AMOLED Display named True Full Screen Display by Poco that neither has a notch nor punch hole, The Display is provided with a motorized popup mechanism containing a 20MP front selfie cam.
The Display supports HDR+ Content, so you can enjoy Netflix and Amazon Prime Content that are compliant to HDR. The touch Sampling rate has been escalated to 180 Hz, but the display comes with a standard 60Hz refresh rate, which could be a deal-breaker for some.
Poco F2 carries a quad-camera setup at the back consisting of - a primary module of 64MP, a 13 MP Ultrawide lens, a 5MP telephoto doubling as Maco lens, and a 2MP depth sensor.
Poco F2 packs a non-removable Li-Po 4700 mAh battery that comes bundled with a 33W quickCharge+ adapter out of the box.
Poco F2 is priced at 499 Euro ( $542, approx INR 41,000 ) for its base variant with 6gb/128gb memory configuration, while 8GB/256 GB will cost you 599 Euro, which roughly translates to INR 49,000 ( $650 ).
Poco F2 will be available to be purchase in 4 color variants - Neon Blue, Phantom White, Electric Blue, and Cyber Grey.