There are many smartphones available under Rs 20000 but not all the smartphone is great and batter at the 20k price point, so that’s why today we are gonna do an in-depth review of POCO F1.
We have already reviewed the POCO F1, but after the MIUI 10, the smartphone has changed a lot. So let’s look at all the things that changed after the MiUI 10 update
Software (POCO F1 Review)
The smartphone is running on MIUI 10 based on Android 8.1 and end of 2018 the POCO F1 will get Android 9 (Pie) update.
First, let’s talk about the UI experience.
I must say the MIUI 10 is smooth as a batter for now because we tasted a lot and after all the test UI is performing much better than MIUI 9.5
And I know, not most of the people are a fan of MIUI but I think MIUI 10 will change your mind after you use this new UI.
If you wanna know more about MIUI 10 then check out this post.
So, for now, POCO F1 is performing very well in every department, and at 20k I don’t think you will get better than this device
Coming to the camera department
The smartphone comes with rear 12 Megapixel main camera and 5-megapixels secondary camera setup with LED flashlight.
So we didn’t expect much from the camera department because it has snapdragon 845 and smartphone priced at 20k, but that not the case with this device because the smartphone has the great camera setup and it’s performing really well.
And do keep this in mind that POCO F1 is priced at 20k, so don’t expect too much from the camera department but we must say that the POCO F1 has better camera setup than any other smartphone
If you are looking for a smartphone under 20k then just go with this device, but don’t buy 8 GB ram variant because it’s west of money. Here is some of the camera sample of POCO F1
The device has 4000 mAh non-removable battery with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 support
It has great battery life and if you use all the battery in one day then it has fast charging support right, so just use that
We didn’t find any problem in the battery department after MIUI 10. And for your knowledge, MIUI is battery efficient UI, so no matter what you use in your device it will give you better battery life. (POCO F1 Review)