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Xiaomi's Pocophone F1 can now be purchased from Amazon U.K.

A tweet from the official Pocophone Global Twitter account (@PocophoneGlobal) indicates that the Pocophone F1 is now available in the U.K. via Amazon. The first phone issued by Xioami's sub-brand features top-shelf specs including the Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform, which is found under the hood. The phone carries a 6.18-inch LCD display with a 1080 x 2246 resolution. That works out to an aspect ...

Pocophone F1 or OnePlus 6T: which one would you buy?

By now, you've probably heard of this weirdly-named Pocophone F1. It's made by none other than Chinese giant Xiaomi, who founded the Poco brand to spread its reach in global markets. The first phone to come from that is the Pocophone F1 and what makes it stand out is its incredibly aggressive price. For about $369 in the US, you get a top-shelf Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and a huge, modern...

Xiaomi Pocophone F1 goes up for US pre-orders at B&H with a warranty, but no LTE

After making big waves in India and across Europe, one of the most impressive budget devices in recent memory is finally up for grabs stateside. Unfortunately, what you’re able to pre-order right now from B&H Photo Video is not technically a Xiaomi Pocophone F1 version designed specifically for the US market. That obviously means CDMA support for carriers like Verizon and Sprint is out of the que...

Xiaomi's Pocophone F1 is coming to France, Hong Kong, and Indonesia next

You may have thought the OnePlus 6 was unbeatable in terms of good value for money, starting at $529 in the US with a Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB RAM, and 64GB internal storage, as well as a sharp and trendy screen and dual rear-facing cameras. But the Xiaomi-backed Poco F1 completely blows the OP6 out of the water, at least on paper, fetching as little as $300 with the same exact high-end feat...

Xiaomi-backed Poco F1 goes officially official with top-notch specs, crazy low price

Huawei has its crazy successful Honor sub-brand, Oppo recently unveiled the first ultra-affordable Realme phone, and now Xiaomi wants to consolidate its domination over the essential Indian market with the Poco F1. Established as a “small outfit within Xiaomi”, the Poco project is supervised by Jai Mani, a former Googler and Mi India’s Lead Product Manager for the past four years. But this is not...