After a 1-year hiatus, Poco is back in the smartphone scene with the Poco X2 which was unveiled last week. It’s not an original smartphone like the Poco F1, we know. It’s a rebranded Redmi K30 that is available in China. However, it is the way the company has found to make its return. Now, the phone which is available in India received its first firmware update. It aims to provide came improvements and brings several bug fixes as well as January security patch.
The new firmware bears 220.127.116.11.QGHINXM build number and provides optimization to the image processing and also aims to fix camera app crashes while in the pro mode. Moreover, there is the usual set of system optimizations and new device categories in the Mi Link support settings. The Poco X2 ships with Android 10 straight out of the box, while MIUI 11 runs atop of it with all its exclusive features and fancy design.
The new update is arriving in a gradual form for all users of the recently released smartphone. So, you may have to wait a few days if the notification update didn’t appear for you. The Poco X2 is a solid offering in the upper-midrange segment with Snapdragon 730G, 120Hz display, 64MP camera and 4,500mAh battery.