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[Update: Starting to roll out] Pocophone F1 to soon get 960fps slow-motion and 4K60 recording, Widevine L1 support, and more

Friday, January 18th, 2019

$1,000 flagship phones are an unfortunate reality in today's market, but there are plenty of options out there with most of the performance at a fraction of the price. One of the newest entrants to this game has been Xiaomi's Pocophone F1, which offers flagship-level specs at just $300.

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[Update: Starting to roll out] Pocophone F1 to soon get 960fps slow-motion and 4K60 recording, Widevine L1 support, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Pocophone F1 to soon get 960fps slow-motion and 4K60 recording, Widevine L1 support, and more

Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

$1,000 flagship phones are an unfortunate reality in today's market, but there are plenty of options out there with most of the performance at a fraction of the price. One of the newest entrants to this game has been Xiaomi's Pocophone F1, which offers flagship-level specs at just $300. In case the low, low price wasn't incentive enough to pick one up, the Poco team will be adding a bunch of features and fixes in the coming weeks.

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Pocophone F1 to soon get 960fps slow-motion and 4K60 recording, Widevine L1 support, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Paranoid Android announces Pie Beta ROMs, starting with Xiaomi Mi 8, Mi Mix 2S, and Poco F1

Monday, January 7th, 2019

Popular custom ROM maker Paranoid Android came back from the dead in 2017 and has just announced its long-awaited first Android 9 Pie beta builds, with initial availability for a handful of Xiaomi devices. PA is also changing the way it develops its ROM to include Generic System Images (GSI) which should allow support for a greater number of devices.

The first phones to get the Paranoid Android Pie Beta are the Xiaomi Mi 5, Mi 6, Mi 8, Mi Mix 2S, and Poco F1.

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Paranoid Android announces Pie Beta ROMs, starting with Xiaomi Mi 8, Mi Mix 2S, and Poco F1 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

TWRP now officially available for the Pocophone F1

Friday, December 28th, 2018

The Pocophone's excellent value has made it a prime target for modders, and there are plenty of custom ROMs already available. Unofficial builds of TWRP have been available for months, but now Team Win has officially started supporting the device.

TWRP recovery images for the Pocophone can now be downloaded from the project's official website. The recovery can be installed over USB, but if your device is already rooted, you can use the TWRP app from the Play Store (linked below).

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TWRP now officially available for the Pocophone F1 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Stable Android Pie rolling out to the Pocophone F1

Monday, December 10th, 2018

The Xiaomi-made Pocophone F1 has been one of the hottest releases of 2018, as long as you live in a region where the phone exists. However, it came with Android Oreo. As you know, Pie is the new hotness, and now the Pocophone is getting its update. No OTA on your end yet? No problem—there's a download option.

The Pocophone F1 started getting beta builds of Android Pie last month, but there was no official word on when the final build would appear.  The Pie update has started hitting phones with MIUI 10 and the November security patch.

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Stable Android Pie rolling out to the Pocophone F1 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Xiaomi sells 700k Pocophone F1s in a little over three months

Wednesday, December 5th, 2018

Xiaomi is celebrating a strange milestone today. According to a tweet by the company's global VP, Xiaomi has 700,000 users, which presumably means the company has seen about as many sales. It's an odd milestone to be celebrating — 700K in "over three months" doesn't exactly roll off the tongue — but it's a good indicator of the company's success in its Pocophone experiment, especially when compared to OnePlus.

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Xiaomi sells 700k Pocophone F1s in a little over three months was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Xiaomi Poco F1 review: Mucho phone for un poco price

Saturday, November 3rd, 2018

In the smartphone world, Xiaomi is the epitome of value for money. Now ranked fourth worldwide, it sells nearly one of every ten smartphones. But when companies start operating at such a large scale, the start-up mentality takes a backseat to more important considerations, and innovation can be stifled.

Oppo circumvented it with the "independent" OnePlus, Huawei spun off Honor for Western markets, and Xiaomi is taking an approach somewhere in the middle.

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Xiaomi Poco F1 review: Mucho phone for un poco price was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

The joys, disappointments, and sorrows of using MIUI on the Poco F1 (updated)

Friday, November 2nd, 2018

We don't often discuss Xiaomi's software layer here on Android Police, but it isn't for lack of desire to. Most of our team lives in the US where Xiaomi doesn't officially operate and, even if we were to import units there, they wouldn't be compatible with most carriers' LTE bands.

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The joys, disappointments, and sorrows of using MIUI on the Poco F1 (updated) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

The joys, disappointments, and sorrows of using MIUI on the Poco F1

Thursday, November 1st, 2018

We don't often discuss Xiaomi's software layer here on Android Police, but it isn't for lack of desire to. Most of our team lives in the US where Xiaomi doesn't officially operate and, even if we were to import units there, they wouldn't be compatible with most carriers' LTE bands. I'm based in Lebanon, and the first limitation applies here as well, but imported devices do work (we have LTE band 3), so I've been trying to get my hands on some of the companies' phones to test them out.

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The joys, disappointments, and sorrows of using MIUI on the Poco F1 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Poco Launcher for Pocophone F1 finally gets stable release

Friday, October 12th, 2018

Xiaomi's Pocophone F1 has become a popular point of comparison in the Android flagship space, but no less popular is the Poco Launcher, with nearly half a million installs via the early access program on the Play Store, plus an extra third of a million via APK Mirror. Well, it looks like the Poco Launcher has seen enough testing over the last couple of months for Xiaomi to consider it stable, as today's update has lost its previous "beta" label.

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Poco Launcher for Pocophone F1 finally gets stable release was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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