In lt 2018, Xiaomi pulled out with the Pocophone F1 experiment. A smartphone with maximum power was available, performing under its own brand. The first Pocophone was a hit, Xiaomi put on a phone with excellent hardware (then the top processor Snapdragon 845 and 6 GB of operan memory) practically dumped price, in its primary sales India sold for a while
6,700 crowns. It cost 9,500 crowns on the Czech market, which was a very good price for what it offered.
Xiaomi took a moment to take a break with the Pocophone character, and after more than a year and more, he gave the model these pidruen characters, which he named shortly Poco. The novelty is called the Poco X2, and although it is again a well-equipped smartphone, this time it focuses on a set of premium features and not on gross performance. It is significantly cheaper to drive than the F1 model. Note that although the Poco tries to look independent (similar to Honor and Huawei), the Poco X2 is basically just a slightly variable model of the Redmi K30 for the global market.
So, although the F1 model was a powerful beast at the time, the Poco X2 is modest and is driven by the Snapdragon 730G. Three memory versions are available: 6/64 GB, 6/128 GB and 8/258 GB. The memory can be swapped with a microSD card. Poco X2sebejist cl on the game, the power will be enough even in the absence of the best series. In addition, it has a water cooling system.
The lively aspect of the equipment is a 6.67-inch display, which with its IPS panel together with FullHD + resolution (1,800 x 2,400 pixels) does not interest at first glance, but the essential aspect is its 120Hz refresh rate and had a ring in the upper right corner for two front camera (as with the losk model S10 +). Do not look for fingerprints in the display, it is located on the side of the phone.
120Hz displays are an element that will fully arrive this year, especially in premium smartphones (such as the new Samsung). It is a nice novelty, movement and animation in the middle of the phone from the seemingly smooth and swine. This feature can be combined with gaming monitors and televisions, but the mobile game is still sharp, or most current games are limited to 60 frames per second, which is suitable for the current 60Hz panels. In the future, if this restriction is released, a 120Hz panel will be useful.
It is quite common for manufacturers to try to place as much of a photo camera on the phone as possible, and this sensor is not particularly noticeable with this model. The main camera has a resolution of 64 MPix (f / 1.89), according to here you will find an 8MPix wide angle shot with a 120 degree shot angle and a pair of 2MPix sensor for shooting macro shots and better work with depth of field. The front pair of cameras has a resolution of 20 and 2 MPix.
The battery capacity with 4,500 mAhs with support of 27W fast is also very sunny. The USB-C connector is a matter of course, and the headphone jack has not been forgotten either. There is not a word about NFC in the official specifications, its absence will give a weakness in the equipment. The Android version 10 operating system is equipped with a graphical extension common to all Xiaomi, MIUI 11 phones.
The manufacturer’s phone is available in the following colors: red, purple, and blue. For information on availability and prices in the Czech market, we have yet to use the following prices on the Indian market:
- Poco X2 6/64 GB – 15,999 Indian rupees (about 5,100 crowns)
- Poco X2 6/128 GB – 16,999 Indian rupees (about 5,400 crowns)
- Poco X2 8/256 GB – 19,999 Indian rupees (about 6,400 crowns)