When Xiaomi wants to put a leash on the news coming out on a phone that they are yet to launch, they usually have a way of doing that. However, things have not been so rosy for their Xiaomi Pocophone F1 which has already been outed from benchmark results and now, from a store listing.
For one, we know that trusting store listings is one of the poorest ways to go when confirming specs. With the information of now lining up perfectly with rumours on the subject though, there is little to blame in that regards.
To start with, Xiaomi Pocophone F1 has been confirmed to come with a QUALCOMM Snapdragon 845 chipset which suggests that even if this won’t be a flagship, it would be one contender for the top phones in the market.
The same listing then went on to suggest that this unit is a 6.18-inch unit which would have a unique 18:7.9 aspect ratio and 1080p+ resolution. With all of these, it would be no surprise if we get a notch in the end.
At the back of the Xiaomi Pocophone F1 is a dual camera setup with sensors rated at 12MP and 5MP. Beyond that, we have a single 20MP selfie camera on the front to better capture the market of selfie lovers. Going fforward we have the promise of a 4000mAh battery with support for the latest QuickCharge 3.0.
Packing a hybrid SIM slot, you get no less than 64GB or 128GB storage on 6GB or 8GB of RAM respectively.
While there is nothing to be seen from this listing in terms of ithe mage nor is there any news as to the official unveiling date, such a listing suggests that we are now closer more than ever.
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