In this article, we will cover all the latest news and updates related to the Pocophone F1 (Poco F1). Currently, this smartphone is running on Android 10 alongside Xiaomi’s MIUI 11 and users have to wait for MIUI 12 update.
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January 30, 2021:
January 12, 2021:
October 30, 2020:
October 17, 2020:
October 16, 2020:
Users of Pocophone F1 (Poco F1) users are facing a set of new issues after updating MIUI 12. Users have reported about bugs related to slow-motion videos, battery drain, animations, and more. Check the full story here.
October 14, 2020:
Xiaomi is expanding the MIUI 12 update for Pocophone F1 (Poco F1) globally. This update is rolling out widely for Global variants of this device. The software version of this update is V18.104.22.168.QEJMIXM. Read the full information here.
October 09, 2020:
Xiaomi has re-released the MIUI 12 update for the Poco F1 globally. The device users who got this update says they’re the beta testers. So, it suggests that this update rollout for the limited users of this device. Read the full information here.
October 07, 2020:
October 05, 2020:
Xiaomi released the MIUI 12 update for Pocophone F1 (Poco F1) partially in some regions. Now, the users of this device are getting restless about the MIUI 12 update as a month almost completed since the stable update began. Read the full information here.
September 15, 2020:
September 12, 2020:
The MIUI 12 update rolled out partially for Poco F1 users. Those users who received the MIUI 12 update or installed it manually noticed that there are some issues with the MIUI 12 beta stable update. Read the full information here.
September 10, 2020:
According to the latest report, Poco F1 (Pocophone F1) has started receiving the new MIUI 12 update. The firmware version of this update is 22.214.171.124.QEJMIXM for Poco F1. Read the full information here.
September 07, 2020:
According to the latest information, Poco is developing the Poco Launcher version 3.0 based on MIUI 12. The launcher updates will be via PlayStore and will be updated when v3.0 is ready. The MIUI 12-based Poco Launcher version 3.0 will bring some new features and changes.
September 02, 2020:
MIUI 12 beta update for Poco F1 rolling out for random users for testing. Stable MIUI 12 for this device will be released after the successful, smooth, and efficient performance on the MIUI 12 Beta Stable ROM.
September 01, 2020:
The Mi Pilot testers who had signed up for the beta update are testing the MIUI 12 for the Pocophone F1/Poco F1. Many users have recently reported an overheating issue while recording a 15-20 seconds 4K 30fps video.
The stable MIUI 12 release should take place soon and might resolve this issue. But if the overheating issue isn’t resolved, it’s possible that Xiaomi may have to delay the rollout until the issue is fixed.
August 29, 2020:
Xiaomi has released an MIUI 12 update for many eligible smartphones in different regions. The company already released the Android 10-based MIUI 12 update for Mi pilot testers of Pocophone F1 (Poco F1). Read the full information here.
August 10, 2020:
August 08, 2020:
According to the latest announcement, the MIUI 12 update for Poco F1 has planned to release next week. This update might be delayed further due to some bugs and stability issues. But these bugs and issues might be fixed in August. Read the full information here.
August 06, 2020:
The latest MIUI 12 update for Pocophone F1 has been postponed again and again due to some bugs and stability issues. According to the announcement post, these issues might be fixed in August. Read the full information here.
July 30, 2020:
July 21, 2020:
July 16, 2020:
July 16, 2020:
Poco is rolling out a new software update for Pocophone F1 and Poco M2 Pro users.The software version of this update is V126.96.36.199.QEJMIXM for Poco F1 and an update package size of 154MB. Read the full information here.
June 22, 2020:
Xiaomi started a new MIUI beta recruitment for the Mi Pilot program for the Redmi Note 7, Redmi Note 8 Pro, and Pocophone F1 using the Global (MI), European (EU), Russian (RU), and Indonesian (ID) variants. Read the full information here.
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