Poco F2 Pro Interface And Usage Experience – Android 10 operating system with Poco Launcher based MIUI 11. The device interface is neat, minimalist and does not feel heavy even though the screen is only 60Hz. MIUI 11 is now able to escape the image as an iOS imitator as it has more features that will only introduced on iOS 14 in the future. There is Dual App support that allows two WhatsApp accounts to use on one device as well as Game Turbo for a smoother first experience. Native Android gestures can used or if you are an “old person”, the 3 -button navigation system can also activated.
Launching the device is lightning fast and the refresh process only happens after 10 apps are launched simultaneously. Performance that meets our standards at Amanz and is not a shame for 2020. The combination of Snapdragon 865, memory and fast storage ensures the process of running applications is always smooth.
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One of the most interesting features of Poco Launcher is the app tray that automatically organizes apps into their own categories. This is a feature borrowed by Apple on iOS 14. Unlike iOS 14, Poco gives users the freedom to use this arrangement or alphabetical order. Freedom of choice is synonymous with Android.
At the time of this writing, Xiaomi has confirmed the F2 Pro is among the early devices that will receive the MIUI 12 with many more improvements; as well as exciting new features. Not to end there F2 Pro is also among the earliest devices that can access Android 11 Beta. The device will receive good software updates; from the manufacturer in the near future. This is important as devices that are not update; will experience various vulnerabilities as well as bugs that can cause serious problems. All components are incorporate into a body measuring 163.3 x 75.4 x 8.9 mm. It is a large and thick device.