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Poco F2 listed on Geekbench platform: Details

Xiaomi Poco F2 listed on Geekbench platform: Details

After a big success of the Poco F1 smartphone which was launched in August 2018, tech giant Xiaomi going to unveil another model which title holds Poco F2. The upcoming Poco F2 has listed on the Geekbench platform on January 14 and has been published that suggests the development of Poco X2.

The benchmark listing also indicates that the expected Poco X2 will run on Android 10 alongside a new Qualcomm processor with 8GB of RAM.

Poco F2 could get Redmi K30 like chipset

The Geekbench listing also mentioned some key specifications of the upcoming Poco F2, as per listing the smartphone will be powered by a new Qualcomm processing chip named “Phoenixin”. Hopefully, this could be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chipset that is available on the last month launched Redmi K30.

Moreover, the Geekbench indicated that the new Poco F2 will run with the latest Android 10 OS.

Besides, the implied Poco X2 seems to have 8GB of RAM, the new Poco F2 phone also has a single-core score of 547 and a multi-core score of 1,767 as well.

Poco F2 will be a rebranded version of the Redmi K30?

Although, Xiaomi has not revealed any details surrounding the Poco F2. But considering the details showed up on the Geekbench listing, the smartphone may very well be a rebranded form of the Redmi K30 that is primarily available in both 4G and 5G variants in China.

However, Prior this week, a trademark filing of the Poco F2 supposedly surfaced to suggest the improvement of the Poco F1 successor. Some past reports, in any case, claimed that Xiaomi was getting rid of the Poco sub-brand by and large.

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Poco F2 launch sometime in 2020

Alvin Tse, Pocophone Global head, has indicated that Poco F1’s successor will launch sometime in 2020.

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