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POCO F2 teased again, this time Authentic

by John Bhatt
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Amid the multiple phone launch happening this month in India, POCO has teased a new phone, at least we could guess so.

Well, just before POCO X2 launched, we all were excited about POCO F2 coming as leaksters have been posting Trademark Filing or some other documents to prove their point.

POCO F2 Launch Date confirmed
© Twitter/POCO India : POCO F2 Launch announced on Twitter

Now while POCO will surely launch the successor of their foundation phone, POCO F1 but still question is WHEN? POCO fans are waiting for this since long time, almost 2 year to complete since launch of POCO F1 as cheapest smartphone with Snapdragon 845 SoC.

Well, lets have a look at this.

Well, what is seems like, the poster is for spreading awareness to protect users from COVID-19. But it is clearly teaser if we look at another tweet very next day.

Key Specifications of POCO F2

Now, if you want to ring the bells, these above features might be suggesting the key features for next POCO phone, that is POCO F2.

A – First once is suggesting towards In-Display Fingerprint sensor.
B – Second icon indicating towards charging speed, as everyone is now racing for fastest charging capacity.
C – Bigger battery.

Well, if you look into features of new Redmi K30 Pro which is releasing on 24th March, they almost match.

Is POCO F2 a re-branded Redmi K30 Pro?

Also, if you look at patterns, Redmi K30 was POCO X2 which was earlier being referred unofficially as POCO F2 Lite. So there won’t be much surprise if POCO releases Redmi K30 Pro as POCO F2 in India.

But worth noting, as currently None of network provider in India offer 5G & Redmi K30 Pro comes with Snapdragon 865 SoC which is a bundled with Snapdragon X55 5G modem, it won’t match the tagline of POCO as “Everything you need, Nothing you don’t“.

Let’s wait some more time to get what they have to offer. Subscribe to our Feeds and follow us on Social media to be updated about more news.

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