POCO, the sub-brand of Xiaomi, has released a new stable version for the Pocophone F1.
Pico, the sub-brand of Xiaomi, updated POCO F1, which works in Android 8.1 (Oreo), with a software called MIUI For POCO. The smartphone has been reporting for good reasons, except for a few problems since its launch, but the company is very sensitive to solving problems and keeps the device up to date.
The device received the MIUI 10 Global Stable update based on Android Oreo in November and in December, Android Pie based MIUI 10 Stable update came up.
According to users in the POCO Forum, the device has started to receive the update of MIUI 10.2.3.0.PEJMIXM with a size of 560 MB. The update is based on Android Pie and brings the February security patch to the device. However, the update does not offer 4K 60fps support enabled on MIUI Global Beta ROM.
According to Pocophone’s global head of authority, another MIUI Global Stable update will be released in March to enable 4K 60fps support on the device. In addition, the developer is trying to rush to release the team before the end of the week. However, he stated that the stable version will be distributed slowly to the devices to make sure there is no big error.