After remaining inactive in 2019, POCO returned to an independent brand last year. The company launched a variety of mobile phones in 2020, such as POCO X2, POCO F2 Pro, POCO M2 Pro, POCO M2, POCO X3, POCO C3 and POCO M3. No information is revealed on arrival. It now appears that the release date of POCO F2 may not be far away, because the company has officially announced that it will be published in a new tweet.
The stage is set! The fun has begun! Let us get ready to take it to the next level!
Excited? You should be, coz the next year is going to be even crazier.
While we enjoy, let us look back at everything we've achieved together! Thank you ❤️ pic.twitter.com/K0432jSj8B
— POCO India (@IndiaPOCO) December 31, 2020
Through a new tweet, the company reviewed its achievements in 2020. Last year, the company sold more than 1,000,000 POCO phones, ranking first. Number 4 in the list of online smartphone brands in India.
The company’s goal is to achieve greater success in 2021. According to recent reports, in addition to mobile phones, the company will also launch other products such as TWS and laptops in 2021.
At the end of the tweet, it teased the POCO F2 while thanking its fans.
POCO F2 may become one of the first POCO phones to be launched in 2021. It is best to use a small amount of salt to digest the leak point of the specification, because its authenticity has not been confirmed.
Although the POCO F1 is an ultra-low-priced flagship phone powered by the Snapdragon 845 chipset, the new leak indicates that the POCO F2 is a mid-range phone.
POCO F2 SPECS (UNCONFIRMED)
According to the leak, the model of POCO F2 is K9A, code-named Courbet. It will be equipped with an AMOLED screen that provides a refresh rate of 120Hz.
The leak did not mention the size of the leaked screen. A 4,250mAh battery will provide support for the device and support reverse charging. Its global version will support NFC connections.
The rear-facing four-lens setup is expected to be equipped with ordinary lenses such as wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle, macro and depth of field.
Their configuration is unclear. Finally, the phone will draw energy from the Snapdragon 732G, which is the same chipset that powers the POCO X3.