The MIUI for POCO F1 was explicitly optimized for POCO, which is not a light UI, thus, not liked by all users. Hence, to meet the user demands, Custom ROMs are designed as per their choice. If you’re on a tight budget, it should definitely be at the top of your list of options. If you have a little leeway, go try out some of the other phones we mentioned. If you’re looking for performance and a battery that keeps you going all day, the POCOphone F1 becomes even more compelling. If you care primarily about having the best performance or you want to make sure your phone will stay fast for several years, then it’s very hard to beat the POCOphone for the money. Raw specs don’t tell the full story, but the F1 definitely gets all the basics right.
- If you flash MIUI Global ROM on certain Xiaomi devices with a locked bootloader, your device will not boot.
- As a 5MP depth sensor, it should technically help with portrait photos, but the result is often too extreme.
- This space will be permanently occupied on your drive, so take this
If you have any doubts while using the Mi Flash Tool, do let us know in the below comments. Once the flashing process is completed, you will be able to see stock firmware the Success Message in Xiaomi Flash Tool. Here are some of the key features and specifications of the newly launched Xiaomi Poco F1 smartphone.
This is particularly useful if you have a large amount of custom props you want to set. You can also use the configuration file when first installing the module. Just place the file in the root of your internal storage (or one of the other previously mentioned locations) before flashing the module and the installation script will set everything up.
To install this Ported ROM in POCO F1, you have to do these two processes first. Her love story with Android started in 2009 and has been going stronger with every update, device, tip, app, and game. She lives in France, speaks three languages and a half, and watches a lot of TV series. The F1 has no NFC and its LTE bands are limited though, so it won’t appeal to those who absolutely require these two features, but that’s Xiaomi’s stance for now. It’s leaving part of the market on the table for others to exploit, though I doubt this will go on for long. When the Poco F1 was announced with a Snapdragon 845 and 6GB of RAM for $300, flashbacks of the first OnePlus were unavoidable. A lot was riding on this first device from Xiaomi’s sub-brand and, as far as I’m concerned, the experiment is a resounding success.