Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi launched their Pocophone F1 on 22nd of August 2018, even though this phone had some issues at the time of launch most of them were fixed by regular software updates, more particularly the camera of this phone is getting better day by day.
C Manmohan (“The General manager of Poco India”) Tweeted that the Global Stable update with 960fps slow motion and night mode feature is coming in two weeks and this particular update will also fix the battery draining problem and the touch issues that some of the POCO users face on their phone.
A few minutes after this tweet he enlightened everyone with another tweet mentioning that 4K 60 fps feature for video recording in the Pocophone will be rolling out along with the security patch update of February;
That tweet also meantioned that they are working with their partners to provide Widevine L1 certification for POCO, as we already know that poco f1 can’t stream hd content in Netflix and Amazon prime due to the lack of WideVine L1 Certification. PocoPhone F1 users and Xiaomi Fans were excited to see this 4K 60fps feature as even some of the mainstream flagship phones lack this feature.