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Pocophone F1 is a high-performance, cost-effective flagship smartphone made by Xiaomi. It uses a 6.18-inch notch screen and it is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor coupled with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. Its camera and battery are satisfactory and its $300 price tag has been the most attractive aspect of this smartphone. Recently, Poco India general manager issued a statement that the Pocophone F1 is about to receive several major upgrades.


The first is the 960fps super slow-motion feature. Considering that there are not many smartphones that support 960-frame slow motion, the Pocophone F1 will become even more attractive with this update.

It also announced that there will be another update which adds the super night scene mode to the Pocophone camera. This update has been released for Xiaomi’s flagships like the Xiaomi Mi 8 and Xiaomi Mi MIX 3. No doubt, this greatly improves the night-time imaging of the Pocophone F1.

Then there is also the 4K 60-frame recording function which the Pocophone F1 users should expect and the Indian manager predicts that this feature will be released next month.


As of now, some units of this smartphone have received the 960-frame slow motion and super night scene functions. It is believed that in the coming weeks, all users of this smartphone will be able to upgrade.

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Vivek is a blogger, builder of things by passion and handles the situation like pro. You’ll usually find him talking about technology, music, travel, automobiles and the game of Life, when not busy writing or speeding his way through the country!

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Vivek Singh

Vivek is a blogger, builder of things by passion and handles the situation like pro. You’ll usually find him talking about technology, music, travel, automobiles and the game of Life, when not busy writing or speeding his way through the country!

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