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Poco: Season 2- PocoPhone finally announces about Poco F2

Recently, Manu Kumar Jain, Global VP of Xiaomi, released a statement confirming that Poco will now work as an independent brand. A few years back, Realme separated from Oppo, and we got to see some new entries in Realme lineup pretty quick. Similarly, fans are expecting Poco to release the PocoPhone 2.

A tweet from Poco thanked all its fans. They talked about how an idea became a reality as they released their first phone, and it became a hit, how their small team did something that they thought was unachievable.

The letter in the tweet mentions how they pushed their limits on Poco F1 when 240 FPS slo-mo was a staple, they went for 960 FPS sol-mo, from no Widevine certification to L1, their upgrade from Android 8 to Android 9 before anybody else.

The company says that it listens to what the users demand and tries its best to deliver it. They did it with the Poco F1 and are happy that it became the best selling phone in its segment.

The letter continues that in the past few months, the team at Poco is working on something which is “magical.” They have seen failures, achieved success, and are working towards the next phase for Poco.

At the end of the letter, they asked their fans to get ready for Poco: Season 2 and told them that they would come with an update tomorrow.

This letter can mean only one thing, Poco is going to release the much-anticipated successor to its popular Poco F1 soon. It has been a while, and we were expecting the new phone, and finally, we have received official news regarding the next big thing from Poco.

Written by Parth Singh

I have completed my B.Tech in Computer Science. I have a keen interest in the field of technology and writing is one of my hobbies. Here I am combining my hobby with my interest by writing on topics related to technology.

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