There are several reasons behind the delay of POCOPHONE F2 and we expressed them to you long ago in this article. Although they are not there never been real official news by the Indian sub-brand of Xiaomi, many were the leaks related to this smartphone. There has been talk of quick charging, of official cover Spigen and many other beautiful things but nothing official ever. At least not until today, the day when the brand captained by Manu Jain has registered the POCO F2 trademark, thus rekindling that little flame of hope that seemed to have gone out for some time.
POCOPHONE F2: registered the brand, something moves
We learn about it through a Tweet of an Indian leaker, who came into possession of the files relating to the documentation of the filing of the POCO F2 brand. For the moment thecompany has not confirmed anything but we expect that at any moment, within a couple of months, something official will be known. On the other hand, the first months of the year are always full of new releases of smartphones.
We don't know how true or not these documents are for a reason: POCOPHONE does not exist in China and despite this, the file is written in Chinese. As has happened several times, many leaks related to the device have proved to be hoaxes precisely because in Chinese while the country "Base" is India. In any case, if it were not so, we are facing a kind of rebirth of the Xiaomi sub-brand that has slept for some time (remember that the POCO F1 was born in March 2018) and the brand philosophy does not tell at all about delays in the offer of new devices.
A latest generation processor, probably one, is expected of him Snapdragon 855 Quicker (very difficult that Snapdragon 865 is present on Xiaomi Mi 10), A 6.5 "panel, fingerprint reader integrated in the display and photographic sector formed posteriorly by one quad cam 64 + 20 + 8 + 2 megapixels, while frontally maybe we will find a double pill sensor in Redmi K30 style with 20 + 2 megapixels.
Who among you is looking forward to this device? But above all we offer you a question: at a time like this, when smartphones are very similar to each other both from the point of view of the hardware sector, as well as photographic as well as design, we really need POCOPHONE F2? Of low-cost devices with a quality-price ratio similar to yours, there are plenty of them: isn't there a risk of saturating the market already in difficulty?