Poco has been quite chirpy lately on its social media channels, revealing its and bits about the Poco X2 – its first smartphone in nearly a year’s time. The X2 is a big deal for the company as it marks Poco’s return to the market after a long time.
And all the while it was away, the brand kept observing the market closely and now has a phone in its pipeline that could be an aggressive proposition in the sub-Rs 20,000 markets.
Although the company is launching the Poco X2 on February 4, Poco’s social media channels have started revealing a few details about the phone. No, you still don’t get to see how the phone looks on the whole but Poco is speaking about the stuff that matters the most to the followers of Poco – specifications.
Given that the website has hinted at a few of the things, here’s a breakdown of everything that’s out in the public as of now. Xiaomi already has a phone on the shelves with a 120Hz display and Poco seems to be getting the same for its first phone in 2020. The upcoming Poco X2 will most possibly get the 120Hz refresh rate display from the Redmi K30 4G – the phone on which this one is based on.
Similar to the Redmi K30, the display will stick to an LCD panel and chances are that the phone might even retain a small dot drop notch similar to the ones found on the Redmi Note devices. The LCD screen also means you might see thick bezels at the bottom