Poco F2 Pro, Poco’s successor to Poco F1, the flagship killer made its global debut today. Poco F2 Pro made an entrance with performance, design, and camera as its main eccentrics, following the footsteps of Poco F1. So, to know more let’s start with its overview.
Poco F2 Pro: Overview
Poco F2 Pro features a 6.67″ inches full HD+ AMOLED touch screen with a 92.7% body ratio. It shelled in with 180 Hz of the touch sample rate. It comes in with 360degree ambient light sensor with eye care sensor and automatic display adjustment quality. It is built in a glass front, aluminium frame and a glass back and has Gorilla Glass 5 for protection on both sides.
On the inside, it contains a Snapdragon 865 which comes with the latest ARM A77 cores with up to 2.84 GHz. It also has LPDDS5 RAM and USF 3.1 which gives you a very powerful performance and also compared to the last years Poco F1 it has a 25% of overall faster performance and 100% better AI performance along with a 25%-35% update on power efficiency.
Moreover, it also supports 5G and Wifi6 and super Bluetooth. It also comes with Liquid cool technology 2.0. which covers 10 main heat area with the major three components multi-layer graphite, graphene and a Super VC. Meaning, this will give the smartphone a cool environment in many extreme situations and the excessive use of the device will not over-heat the phone.
Also, if you are a gamer and seeking for a better module smartphone that gives better battery life, display mode, heat dissipation along with good network and performance then Poco F2 Pro comes with TUV Rheinland high gaming performance certification.
Now, in terms of camera, there is a quad rear camera setup on the back with which comprises of a 64 MP main camera, 13 MP ultra-wide, 5 MP telephoto macro and a 2 MP depth sensor camera. Also, for the selfie purpose, it comes with a 20 MP pop-up front camera. It also provides an 8k video recording experience.
As for durability, we have a 4,700 mAh battery which supports a 30 W fast charging, which will give 100% in just 63 minutes. Along with that, it has a USB power delivery and supports quick charge 4+.
Some of its other features contain in-display optical fingerprint sensor, IR blaster, NFC, headphone jacks, type C 1.0 reversible connector, 5G is supported region and much more.
Poco F2 Pro: Specifications
- Display: 6.67″ inches 1080×2400 resolution Super AMOLED touch screen
- Processor: Snapdragon 865
- RAM: 6 GB
- Storage: 128GB/256 GB variants
- Rear camera: quad-camera setup comprising of a 64 MP main camera, 13 MP ultrawide, 5 MP telephoto macro and a 2 MP depth sensor.
- Front camera: 20 MP front camera
- Security: In-display fingerprint sensor
- Network: 5G and 4G support
- Connectivity: WiFi 6, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC IR blaster, headphone jacks etc.
- Battery: 4,700mAh battery
- SIM: Dual nano-SIM
- Software: Android 10 with Poco launcher 2.0
Price and Availability:
It offers four colour variants Neon Blue, Cyber Grey, Electric Purple and Phantom White. In terms of price, the 6GB/128 GB version is out for sale at 499 Euros, while the 8GB/256GB version is out or 599 Euros. The phone will be available through AliExpress and Gearbest first. You can pre-order it today while the shipping should start on May 19 (a week from now). It will come to other online distributors – from Amazon through Lazada and Shopee to JD and more as well. The phone will also sell through the official Poco.net site and will soon be available in wider aspects.
Poco F2 Pro Price in Nepal (Expected):
- Poco F2 Pro (6GB+128GB): ~ NPR 65,000
- Poco F2 Pro (8GB+256GB): ~ NPR 72,000
Now, Poco F2 Pro is pretty much a rebadging of Redmi K30 Pro and has almost everything similar. So, there is going to be a tough competition among these phones on the market. But, compared to the K30 Pro the Poco F2 Pro doesn’t give you the pill-shaped cutout in the screen – or any cutout because of the pop-up selfie cam, and we honestly have mixed reaction on this setup.
But, as compared to Poco F1 there are lots of upgrades in the chipset, GPU, cooling technology, availability of the dark mode and mostly the USF 3.1 storage as there is no microSD slot. So, overall this phone is a better and powerful version on the F1 model, whereas it is almost a rebadging of the Redmi K30 Pro in many aspects.