Boom! We've got 700,000 #POCOF1 users across the globe.— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) December 5, 2018
POCO means little in Spanish. Glad to see the POCO community has become so big globally in a matter of months. 🙏
Thank you POCO fans, more power to you!#MasterOfSpeed #GoPOCO @IndiaPOCO pic.twitter.com/ylxIACWTU5
Xiaomi sold over 700,000 Poco F1 (Pocophone F1) units in around 90 days
NOTICE: We’ve created an archive of all major developments related to the Pocophone F1 smartphone. We are continuously updating that page with latest Poco F1 news so that you don’t need to search for information related to the device on daily basis. Head here to access that page.
Update (January 18):
New update for Poco F1 has been announced. Does it bring Widevine L1? Check out the story here.
Update (January 14):
Are you waiting for the Poco F1 Widevine L1 support, well, here’s why you shouldn’t get your hopes too high.
Update (January 08):
Team Poco has confirmed some important details related to Poco F1 bugs/issues and new features. The battery drain and touch issues have been fixed internally and will be available in next update. In addition, features like 960FPS slo-mo and Night mode are coming as well.
The company has also confirmed the 4K 60FPS recording feature is coming, and have asked for details from those facing PUBG issues. Catch the complete story here.
Update (December 29):
Poco F1 Widevine L1 support gets delayed, 4K 60FPS recording in final testing. Check out latest Poco F1 feedback shared by the company here.
Original story follows:
Good news for fans of Xiaomi’s Poco brand. The company has announced that they have sold over 700,000 Poco F1 phones in a time span of over 3 months. The news came courtesy of Manu Kumar Jain, who is Global VP and India MD at Xiaomi.
This announcement is the final masterstroke of Poco’s #3MasterStrokes series. The first and second can be seen below.
This milestone achieves significance given that Poco F1 is the first device from the Poco brand, which was launched by Xiaomi earlier this year to counter the likes of OnePlus. The brand offers premium level specs at affordable rates.
Poco’s rivalry with OnePlus clearly came to fore when Xiaomi put billboards at the OnePlus 6T launch venue asking attendees to “do the math” when it comes to the pricing comparison between the 6T and Poco F1.
Like its competitors in the market, Poco F1 has also been marred with bugs and issues ever since its launch. We at PiunikaWeb covered several of these problems plaguing the Snapdragon 845 powered device time and over again. What’s however good is that the brand has been quick to resolve many of the issues.
One thing – we believe – that makes Poco stand out of the usual players in the smartphone market is the importance it gives to user interaction and feedback. Pocophone’s global head of product Jai Mani has been quite active on Twitter doing exactly this, and that’s partly the reason behind Poco’s increasing fan following.
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