Xiaomi recently introduced its first phone under its fresh ‘Poco’ sub-brand — Poco F1 with technical specs exact to a flagship smartphone at a actually aggressive price point.
Whereas the telephone has been received nicely by the customers, it has faced a bit of criticism because of a number of issues, such as lack of support for HD streaming, panel bleeding, low audio, and a few software-related issues.
The smartphone lacks Widevine L1 support what prevents the device from streaming HD content from the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Videos. Now, a thread on the company’s forum by MIUI Forum admin shows that the manufacturer is working with Google and Qualcomm to fix this issue.
It appears that Xiaomi is planning to soon launch an improve which will bring the widevine L1 support to POCO F1. The improve is coming to be rolled out to MIUI Beta ROM users first by Q4, 2018, i.e. by the close of this month.
The manufacturer had recently introduced an update to fix the notification icon problem! on the status bar. It is also developing 4K 60fps support for the rear camera. Moreover, users of POCO launcher will In addition have an setup to customise desktop grid size and icon size in the future.
Previously, the manufacturer had issued a statement related to the screen bleeding problem! and claimed that Indeed screens on MIUI 9 (MIUI for POCO) function a gradient by design and style (including the power screen), and this is not present bleeding. It added that gradient panel has been removed from MIUI 10 onwards.
The Poco F1 attributes a 6.18-inch Full HD+ IPS LCD show which is protected by a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass. The cameraphone is powered by Qualcomm‘s Sd 845 cpu and comes with LiquidCool technology.
It has a 12-megapixel Sony IMX363 major sensor, coupled with a 5-megapixel secondary camera on the back display. On the front facet, there’s a 20-megapixel selfie digital camera powered with AI for capturing enhanced selfie shots.
The cameraphone ships with 6GB/8GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB/256GB of internal storage, depending on the variant. It runs on MIUI based on Android 8.1 Oreo and is powered by a 4,000mAh battery that supports Quick Charge 3.0 fast charging.