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Xiaomi's global sub-brand only has one phone out at the moment. Maybe the next one will be a lighter, cheaper version of its original?
The Xiaomi POCO F1 Armoured Edition is basically a more premium-looking phone thanks to its Kevlar back. New storage option is available.
A stable version is out, though users have complained that it's actually not all too stable. Still, the OTA file is available for sideloading.
In India, the Pocophone F1 maxes out below Rs. 29,999. The OnePlus 6T, just launched, starts at Rs. 37,999. Both have the Snapdragon 845. It's war.
You can now buy a Pocophone F1 in the United States through some eBay sellers. Just be warned of its limitations before you buy one
Xiaomi's new $300 Snapdragon 845 phone will remain at around $300 when it comes across Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and... the Americas?
On the show: this year's iPhones may hurt next year's, Huawei's lying to us again with its ads and everything's leaking like crazy, so just buy a Nokia.
The latest device from Xiaomi is not called "Mi" at all. With software, it's not Android One, but a stock-ification of MIUI. What's up?
There's all the talk about slaying flagships from one end of the mobile industry to the other, but this is a sub-Rs. 30,000 phone with a Snapdragon 845.
Joshua Vergara brings out his Backstreet Boy... again. But we also go back into the eternal battle of the notch, Apple design and 5G.
We've been boucning back and forth between Romania and India for intelligence on the new Xiaomi sub-brand. Well, there's a video from... somewhere.
Xiaomi has just launched a new sub-brand that is going to "amaze" the smartphone world. Let's welcome Poco and their new Pocophone F1
A lot of specs, a feel for what the device will look and handle and a whole lot more. But what's the endgoal for the Pocophone F1?