Poco, Xiaomi’s sub-brand, has recently announced that the launch of the freshly launched Poco F2 Pro will soon receive the first Android 11 beta. The development progress was shared on Twitter by Poco’s global account, and it was posted quickly after Google’s Android 11 beta update for Pixel phones.
The Poco F2 Pro now runs MIUI for Poco, a derivative of Android 10, and now it will finally be introduced to Android 11 beta 1-based MIUI for those who want to upgrade.
The Poco F2 Pro isn’t available in India yet, but the company announced that its smartphone would soon debut in the Asian country.
The tweet from Poco does not reveal a specific timeline for the release of the update.
Xiaomi quickly announced they are releasing Android 11 beta 1 for their Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro devices. Apart from Xiaomi, a bunch of other companies have announced the implementation of the next version of Android on their devices.
Oppo has also announced that their upcoming Find X2 series will be getting ColorOS based on Android 11 beta 1.
The Oppo Find X2 lineup will be coming to India starting on June 17.
OnePlus has made the new software version available for the OnePlus eight series.
Poco F2 – Impressive Specs, Affordable Price
The Poco F2 was launched worldwide in May as a rebranded edition of the Redmi K30 Pro launched in China in March.
The phone comes packed with MIUI for Poco that is a derivative of Android 10.
It has an AMOLED 6.67-inch full-HD display, and it’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC. It’s bundled with either 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM or 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM.
The Poco F2 looks very promising, and sales will certainly reflect that!
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