Xiaomi’s sub-brand Pocophone launched its first device in the country back in 2018. The Poco F1 was introduced in the country as a value for money device flaunting flagship-like specs. However, despite its success, we have not seen the company launch a successor to the Poco F1 in the country.
But recent leaks now claim the Poco F2 could soon become a reality. The latest leak comes after Xiaomi’s global head Alvin Tse teased the phone to come out in 2020. As per the new information, solid proof has emerged in the form of a leaked trademark application.
According to reports, Xiaomi has filed a trademark for a phone named Poco F2, a clear indication that the successor is coming. And a trademark was presented right before the launch of the original Poco, so the announcement is probably nearing. While there is no confirmation, the device could be called Pocophone F2 globally, except for India, where it’s going to be called Poco F2.
And for the specs, there is little information available right now, but rumours do reveal some information about the device. Last year, case maker Spigen listed two cases for the Poco F2 on its website, which confirmed that Poco F2 will come with a full-screen display and pop-up selfie camera.
Much like the Poco F1 which was launched back in 2018 and was powered by Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 845 chipset, Xiaomi Poco F2 could also sport a flagship chipset. The phone is likely to launch with Snapdragon 855 or Snapdragon 855 plus in its core with an aggressive price tag. Apart from this, we could see a powerful battery inside the device, and the phone also coming with fast charging support.