Xiaomi’s sub-brand POCO has launched the Redmi K50G as the POCO F4 GT in international markets. If you’re having a hard time keeping up with all the phone announcements, we don’t blame you.
The no-frills POCOphone F1 is just the beginning and we’re excited to see where the POCO family can go in the future. It’s not completely clear why Xiaomi decided it needed a sub-brand, considering it could sell the powerful Mi 8 at a competitive price and really give all the “flagship killers” a run for their money. Perhaps the strategy will become clearer over the coming year, as Xiaomi works to differentiate its product lines. For now though, let’s just say that the POCOphone brand is off to a great start. Speed is a big part of Xiaomi’s POCOphone F1 marketing campaign and for good reason – the F1 excels at it.
As the name suggests, this ROM will help you resurrect your POCO F1 phone again. It is a hybrid ROM and is the most customizable one out there. The optimizations available on this ROM is to keep the OS battery-friendly. HAVOC OS comes in stock firmware file with many other features like Animation Customizations, Ambient Display, Gaming/Reading Mode, Compass, Tile Shortcuts, and many more. For precaution, if you happen to encounter any bugs, you can directly connect with the developer himself. POCO F1 is powered by a processor of Snapdragon 845 along with RAM of 6/8 GB. It features a 6.18” display and owns a dual-camera setup of 12 and 5 MP.
- MultiROM is a mod that, once installed, lets the user dual-boot a variety of different ROMs.
- So if you own phones from one of these OEMs, I would highly recommend Paranoid Android to any other ROM on this list.
- And the team isn’t stopping there as it’s now bringing Android 12 to a few more phones.
- Moreover, the stock recovery also lacks some basic options like wipe data, applying updates, etc.
- There are more than 24K different devices out there, which means the probability of your particular device becoming available is small.
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