The original Pocophone F1 was launched in August last year and has easily become one of the brand’s most popular smartphones, thanks to impressive specs and extremely competitive pricing. However, although fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the Xiaomi Pocophone F2, much has changed over the past few months.
Both Redmi and Xiaomi have launched state-of-the-art smartphones at impressive prices (K20 Pro and Mi 9T Pro), implying that the Pocophone F2 might not come true. But the rumours have intensified and it is now the turn of a Xiaomi executive to put extra ‘wood on the fire’.
Le fans: When is POCO F2 coming?
And I am like : pic.twitter.com/EliegP0crg
— C Manmohan (@cmanmohan) September 19, 2019
Shouldn’t take long for the Poco F2 to become official
In the tweet published, C Manmohan talks about the recent achievements achieved by Xiaomi and the great wave of promotions that is approaching with Diwali. Also, remember that fans continue to constantly ask for the Pocophone F2. While not confirming your arrival, it seems to imply that you are planning the perfect date for the presentation.
So it seems that despite the many rumours that the Redmi K20 Pro would have arrived to replace the Xiaomi Pocophone F2, Poco’s second smartphone will actually hit the market. Unfortunately, it is not yet possible to reveal a specific date, but it seems possible that it will be presented even before the end of the year.
Did the VP just confirmed Xiaomi Pocophone F2 existence?
‘Flagship killer’ fans have many reasons to be happy. In addition to C Manmohan’s tweet, Manu Kumar Jain has also posted a tweet that seems to have revealed much more than would be desired.
In the photograph taken side by side with one of Redmi’s executives, the VP of Xiaomi had a white board behind her, where a lot of information was highlighted.
— Android after 5 (@android4fter5) September 28, 2019
Looking closely at the image, it appears that they show possible timelines for the brand’s various products. Interestingly, in this table we see indications about the Xiaomi Pocophone F2, as well as a new Mi Pad.
Unfortunately, for Poco F2, it’s just a “?” not once again possible to have an idea of when it might be presented.