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Poco F2 can be Launched in India on May 12 according to Reports

POCO, a sub-brand of Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, may soon launch an upgraded model of its flagship smartphone POCO F1 series which was launched in 2018. POCO F2 can be launched in India on May 12. However, the company has not made an official announcement regarding the launch date of this smartphone. The company has tweeted about the early launch of the second generation of POCO F1 from its global Twitter handle. The look and design of this smartphone can be given like POCO X2.

According to the Android Authority report, this smartphone can be launched on May 12. Recently, a Portuguese website report has revealed information about the price of POCO F2 Pro. POCO F2 Pro could be the global version of the Redmi K30 Pro launched in China. According to the leaks of POCO F2 so far, the phone can be offered with two storage options 6GB RAM + 128GB and 8GB RAM + 256GB. The flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 mobile platform SoC can be used on the phone.

Talking about other features of the phone, it can be launched with a 6.67-inch Full HD Plus display, which can be given a feature of 120Hz refresh rate. The base variant of the phone can be launched at a price of EUR 649 (about Rs 53,000) and the high-end variant for EUR 749 (about Rs 62,000). However, it can be offered at a lower price in India.

Poco X2 Pro leak

The dual rear punch hole feature can be used for quad rear camera set-up and selfie in its back. However, it is not yet clear what upgrades will be seen on the phone compared to the previous model.

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Himanshu Parashar

I am a tech blogger and digital marketing expert. I started Techistaan to share my technical knowledge and to connect people with technology.

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