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Xiaomi now brings the Game Turbo as a system app on Poco F1

15 April 2019 2

The MIUI update to the Poco F1 that came in March brought the Game Turbo mode which aims to enhance the overall gaming experience on the device. And, now with the latest MIUI Global Beta update, Xiaomi is introducing a dedicated Game Turbo app as a system app. This means Game Turbo is now a standalone system app on Poco F1. Apart from boosting the gaming experience, the app brings some other valuable features as well.

It’s a dedicated system app that has yellow accent colors matching the Poco theme. Opening this app, you would see the compatible games’ list for which the Game Turbo is enabled. Thus it becomes easier to find the games installed on the device. These games are shown as cards on the homepage and for launching a game, a user just needs to tap on that card.

Xiaomi has also changed the icon color to yellow from blue to keep the uniformity with the theme. Users can toggle on/off Wi-Fi, mobile data, Auto brightness, and DND within the game. Like any other gaming app, you would be able clear memory, take a screenshot, and start screen recording without living the game they’re playing. While the app is open, you could also open other apps like WhatsApp, but that would just bring up the distraction.

The “Settings” section of the “Game Turbo” app has also been changed completely to be in line with the rest of the interface.

The “Game Turbo” app is likely to roll out to all Poco F1 devices in the market in the upcoming stable update.



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