Poco once again entered the Indian market with the bang. Poco recently launched their new budget king Poco x2. The starting variant of the Poco X2 comes with the price tag of Rs 16,999. Many people are hatting the it just because it is the re-branded version of Redmi K30 launched in china.
It comes with the many unique features like 120Hz display, Quad-camera and 730G display. Let’s see the specification of it in detail.
We are going to review Poco X2 based on the following points:
- Processor and RAM
1. Processor and RAM
Poco X2 comes with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor with up to 8GB RAM. It comes with liquid gaming so you can enjoy your gaming without any hatting issue. It comes with the Adreno 618 graphics which will give you smooth experience in gaming.
Snapdragon 730G scores 2557 points for single-core and 6963 for multi-core on GeekBanche, and it scores more than 2,59,000 on Antutu scores.
Poco X2 comes with the Quad Camera setup at the back. It comes with the 64MP primary camera with the Sony IMX 686 sensor with 8MP ultra-wide camera, 2MP Depth sensor and 2MP macro sensor.
Poco X2 captures some fantastic photos in natural light and low light condition.
It comes with a dual front-facing camera with the punch-hole display. It comes with the 20MP primary camera and 2MP depth sensor.
Poco X2 comes with a 6.67-inch display with up to 120Hz refresh rate. It comes with IPS display so some people might not like it as they prefer Alomed display over an IPS display.
But if you are more into gaming, then you might prefer IPS display with more refresh rate. As many games now supporting 120 FPS, you can enjoy smooth gaming on it.
It comes with the 4500mAH battery with 27-watt charging speed. It will easily last you through a day with medium to heavy usages.
It comes with the Android 10 out of the box with MiUi 11. It supports Poco launcher so you can enjoy app drawer without any hassle.
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