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Pocophone confirms three new major updates for F1 owners in India

21 January 2019 2

A piece of good news for the Pocophone F1 owners as the company officially announced three major software are on its way. Despite being a budget-friendly smartphone the F1 is featuring a 6.18-inches Full HD+ display with a notch at the top of the display. Under the hood the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC is powering the phone with up to 8GB RAM and built-in native storage of 256GB. Poco India GM recently confirmed three major updates for the Pocophone F1 owners.

He also confirmed what kind of goodies upcoming updates with bringing on board. All the updates will be camera-centric updates to enhance the capturing experience. The first update will bring support for the super slow-motion capturing at 960 frames per second. There are quite a few smartphones in the market which supports capturing at 960fps and certainly, all of them are way more expensive than the F1. Its good to see the company bringing a premium feature for its budget-friendly flagship phone.

The second update will bring Super Night scene mode which will improve the F1 capturing capabilities in the low-light scenarios. Recently the Xiaomi rolled out this feature for their premium flagships including Mi 8 and Mi Mix 3. It will be a great addition to improve night-time capturing.

The third update will bring 4K recording at 60 frames per second. The last feature will be rolled out next month. At the moment the first two features are being rolled out via software update for few users. As being an OTA update it won't be rolled out to everyone on a single day but it will take few days before reaching out to everyone.

In the end, we would like to hear our readers thoughts regarding the Pocophone F1 new major updates in the comments section below. Stay tuned.

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