Just three months after the release of the Pocophone F1, the smartphone is about to become one of the biggest hits of the Asian manufacturer Xiaomi. In fact, today's news is the achievement of over 700 thousand units sold of the true 2018 flagship-killer (other than OnePlus!).
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The Pocophone F1 has enjoyed incredible success especially outside of China, in markets such as India and Europe, where the price of about 300 € is really difficult to find better.
Xiaomi Pocophone F1: Over 700 thousand devices sold in three months
The number of smartphones sold in just three months was made public by the vice president of Xiaomi Global, the Indian Manu Kumar Jain, who shared the message on Twitter.
Boom! We've got 700,000 #POCOF1 users across the globe.
POCO means little in Spanish. Glad to see the POCO community has become so big in a matter of months. 🙏
- Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) December 5, 2018
If we want to compare the figures with other devices to the first generation, we can take as an example the first OnePlus One that in 8 month sold 1 million. Obviously Little with already 700000 devices in 3 months will surpass that number, especially now that we are preparing to buy Christmas gifts; who would not want a F1 Pocophone under the tree?
We conclude with a summary of the main specifications of this terminal with hardware from top of the range and price from the mid-range. Starting with the high-performance Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor supported by 6GB or 8GB of DDR4X RAM and a choice between 64GB and 128GB of internal memory with UFS 2.1 technology.
Then we have a 6,18 screen in inches with FullHD + resolution (2246 × 1080), some excellent 12MP rear cameras with f / 1.9 and secondary 5MP diaphragms, while the front has a well 20MP sensor.
Another strength of the Xiaomi Pocophone F1 is the huge 4000mAh battery, the memory expandability via microSD, USB Type-C port for fast charging, Bluetooth 5.0 and various 4G bands that make it compatible in most countries , including Italy.
Now tell us yours, what do you think of this success? Did you expect it? Are you part of the 70000? Comment below!