Legal: "LITTLE is back". Xiaomi sub-brand which in 2018 replaced the high-end segment with its Poco F1, is now back with the intention of updating the high-end segment with a new version.
LITTLE F2 Pro It is the name Xiaomi has decided to baptize in its new creation, which will be introduced to the world today at the event online the company will show us about it all new for this high-quality device and the price it contains, where the brand will try to duplicate the success of its first generation. An achievement that will not be imitated by – somewhat disappointingly – the Poco X2 was released a few months ago.
LITTLE F2 Pro: to see her presentation live
In view of the situation the planet is passing through because of the COVID-19 epidemic, Xiaomi, like a number of companies, is obliged to make a presentation of the Poco F2 Pro
The event will be broadcast live on a variety of platforms, including the official Poco channel on YouTube. On the other hand, LITTLE Spain invites us to follow the launch of the live streaming machine through its official Facebook profile. When the event starts, you can continue to to broadcast YouTube we offer under these lines.
The event will take place this Tuesday May 12 at 20:00 GMT + 8. Depending on your geographical location, you can follow the presentation at one time or another:
- Spain: 14:00
- Mexico: 07:00
- Brazil: 09:00
- Argentina: 09:00
- Chile: 09:00
- Peru: 07:00
- Colombia: 07:00
- Venezuela: 08:00
- Ecuador: 07:00
What is expected of the PoCO F2 Pro?
Xiaomi has been able to keep many details of its new PoCO F2 Pro secret, and the leak seems to have honored the company's new release.
However, recent references suggest that Xiaomi would have decided to use its Redmi K30 Pro and transform it into a new model under the POCO product, with minor changes in terms of design and software, but with the same specifications that were already in the Redmi model. If so, this would be it PoCO F2 Pro Details:
|Dimensions||163.3 x 75.4 x 8.9 mm
|screen||A 6.67-inch AMOLED
Up to 1200 nits maximum light / 800 nits normal light
100% DCI-P3 Wide Color Gamut
Corning Gorilla Glass 5
|The decision||Full HD + (2400 x 1080 pixels)|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 865|
|RAM||6GB / 8GB LPPDDR5|
|Operating system||MIUI 11 is based on Android 10|
|Storage||128GB / 256GB UFS 3.1|
|Cameras||After 64 MP 1 / 1.7 ″ Sony IMX686, 0.8 0.m, f / 1.69, 7P lens, OIS + 5 MP (50mm) telephoto + 2 MP macro + 13 MP 123 ° ultra-wide-angle. 8K video recording In the past
|Battery||4,700 mAh with 33W fast charging|
|Others||Screen fingerprint reader, IP53 protection, infrared emitter|
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