September 26, 2022

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Xiaomi POCO F2 Lite design and details revealed in live images

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After the launch and success of the POCO F1, many people have been anticipating the POCO F2. In fact, Xiaomi has filed a patent application for the POCO F2. While we await the POCO F2, it appears that it will not be the only device in the lineup.

We now have leaked details about a POCO F2 Lite, a device with premium mid-range features. This comes just after the information that POCO is now a brand of its own, independent of Xiaomi.

The leaked details give images of the POCO F2 Lite as well as some of its specifications. However, we only get a view of the front of the device.

Xiaomi POCO F2 Lite leak

The image shows a device with a flat screen and a waterdrop notch. The display has slightly-reduced bezels. It kind of looks like the front of the Redmi Note 8.

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The name “POCO F2 Lite” appears in one of the photographs. This strongly suggests a Lite version of the POCO F1 successor. We also see “MIUI Version (For POCO)” on the “About phone” page. This makes the leak appear even more valid.

Xiaomi POCO F2 Lite leak

Xiaomi POCO F2 Lite leaked specs

The Xiaomi Pocophoone F1 launched with quite amazing specs and an affordable price. The POCO F2 appears to be coming in a similar fashion.

According to the leak, the Xiaomi POCO F2 Lite will use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 chipset. It will run Android 10 out of the box. On the camera front, the device will sport a camera up to 48MP. It will be powered by a 5,000mAh battery.

The POCO F2 Lite is expected to cost less than the POCO F1 cost in its day. With this, it will likely be a competition to devices from Samsung, Realme, and other brands.

All of these specs are from a single anonymous leak. We can only wait until the company officially announces the details of the device.

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Author: Vincent AbolarinVincent is an Electrical Engineer and smartphone enthusiast. Anything about smartphones, count him in!

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