Xiaomi’s sub-brand POCO launched POCO F1(last year) running on Android 8.1 (Oreo) with a skin on top, called MIUI For POCO. Users of Pocophone F1 were stuck with January build of MIUI for a while as the company was forced to skip the February update due to Chinese new year and associated holidays.
As per users on POCO Forum, the device has started receiving MIUI 10.2.3.0.PEJMIXM update which is 560 MB in size. The update is based on Android Pie and also brings February security patch to the device Here’s everything you need to know about Xiaomi’s latest MIUI 10.2.3.0 update.
Despite offering great value for money, Poco F1 lacked some flagship features such as Widevine L1 support. Unfortunately, the changelog does not mention anything about 4K video recording at 60fps or Widewine L1 certification. So the update lacks 4K video recording support and neither the Widewine L1 certification is added. The Widewine certification allows to stream HD content from online video streaming services like Amazon Prime Videos and Netflix.
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The Widevine L1 certification was added to the smartphone in February 2018 and the support for 4K video capturing at 60 fps was launched earlier this month through two separate beta updates.
PocoPhone Global chief announced that the 4K video recording at 60fps support will arrive sometime in late March with an MIUI 10 update. Both these features will increase Poco F1’s value-for-money. The Poco F1 owners will get a notification when the update will be installation ready.
Apple has announced a date for its first product announcement of 2019. The event will take place in Steve Jobs Theater, Cupertino on March 25 at 10.30 PM IST.