Since its launch almost two years ago, Xiaomi Pocophone F1 has remained one of the most popular phones among those who wanted flagship equipment at an average price. POCO’s craze was to the full just one issue of the phone, which made many wonder why Xiaomi did not dare to release the F1 successor.
In a new post, Xiaomi India CEO Manu Kumar Jain confirmed that the POCO brand is now independent of Xiaomi and will now work independently.
Recently, we came across a trademark application for the Pocophone F2, which again aroused the interest of fans. Prior to this, Pocophone global leader Alvin Tse teased that in 2020 the brand can still do a lot, which is likely to become the successor to F1. Now that the brand is interdependent, the mythical POCO F2 must finally debut.
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