POCO’s smartphone portfolio largely consists of rebranded Redmi and Xiaomi phones, with the paint job and the slightly different software skin being the only real differentiator. But it appears the company’s upcoming smartphone may not be a simple rebranding exercise. Xiaomi’s sub-brand Poco launched two new affordable flagships today — the Poco X4 GT and the Poco F4. As we highlighted recently, both models are rebranded Redmi phones featuring the same hardware, but with some minor changes on the camera front.
This is particularly useful if you have a large amount of custom props you want to set. You can also use the configuration file when first installing the module.
- K6 Note has 1.4GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, and it comes with 3/4GB of RAM.
- That is why almost all smartphone manufacturers are trying to compete by improvising on the existing charging technologies.
- Next is the biggest name in the custom ROM scene – LineageOS.
- Some of the Custom ROMs are well optimised for battery and performance.
- While the hardware looks great, not everyone is a fan of MIUI.
And most people do flash custom ROMs on their Xiaomi devices as not many people are a fan of MIUI. As MIUI has its downside as it comes preloaded with ads, bloatware, and the overall experience, is a bit laggy. MIUI paired with Xiaomi’s flagship killer, the POCO F1, is not so great.
- Xiaomi Poco f1 Global history Recovery ROM MIUI 9.4.11, Closed Beta / Nightly android 9.0 firmware of beryllium.
- If you’re setting a fingeprint without using the internal fingerprints list, use the Custom props function of this module to change ro.build.version.security_patch to the desired date.
- Ideally, this workaround should be incorporated in custom ROMs instead of injecting code with a Magisk module.
- Upgrading manually requires similar steps to installing LineageOS for the first time.
- Because the All data on your mobile will be deleted after flashing Flash ROM.
- Here are some of the key features and specifications of the newly launched Xiaomi Poco F1 smartphone.
A custom ROM, on the other hand, helps keep your device alive and updated with the latest version of Android. Another reason why people seek custom ROMs is because of the extra features they offer. They also reduce bloatware that comes as a part of many manufacturer skins. While there are many custom ROMs out there, not all of them are stable enough to be used as your stock firmware daily driver. The first fruit of Poco’s labors, the F1, was announced and positively received a couple of months ago.