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Team Poco continues to deliver. They have now confirmed a few details that will surely bring smiles on your face. Poco India General Manager C Manmohan took to Twitter to announce that they have fixed the battery drain and touch issues.

The executive also confirmed that features like 960FPS slo-mo & Night mode are also coming.

#POCO Fans! 960FPS slo-mo & Night mode is coming to the stable build for your #MasterOfSpeed in the coming two weeks. As a part of this update, we are also optimizing the reported battery drain & touch issues. Apologies for the slight delay on this

Manmohan also offered a heads up on the 4K 60 FPS recording feature, saying it will be rolling it out in the stable update in February. Earlier the company had said the feature is in final testing. In addition, he also said work is on to provide Widevine L1 certification as well.

And regarding 4K 60 FPS, we will be rolling it out in the stable update in February. We are working with our partners to also provide Widevine L1 certification. We will continue to focus on providing the best experience on POCO F1

Meanwhile, Pocophone Global head Alvin Tse took to Twitter to share the news.

We hear your feedback and understand the frustrations on some of the new bugs Pie update introduced. Here’s an update on the fixes and many tests are still ongoing but hopefully give you an idea on what to expect. Your reporting of the issues through Feedback is very important

He also asked Poco F1 users facing issues with PUBG game to send over samples so that company can take a deeper look into these problems.

Too all PUBG players facing these issues, please send video examples and issue id to our testing team inbox: [email protected] 1) Multitouch 2) Little swipes 3) Over sensitivity Please list your build version as well

It’s good to see Poco offering regular updates to F1 users. What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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 18)

New update for Poco F1 has been announced. Does it bring Widevine L1? Check out the story here.

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