Pocophone F1 Review – $1,000 specs on a $300 phone!

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The Pocophone F1 is as disruptive as it gets. Like the OnePlus One before it, the Pocophone delivers flagship specs at an affordable price. But even with $1,000 specs for around $300, just how well does it stack up to other phones with similar specs but much higher price points? Find out in our Pocophone F1 review.

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38 thoughts on “Pocophone F1 Review – $1,000 specs on a $300 phone!

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  2. that has to be one of the most ridiculous reviews i have ever heard sounds more like a Samsung fanboy TRYING to be fair and honest !

  3. On this phone Will flashing lineage os in any way harm your device or make you get deprived of some of the important features and does it feel buggy and does the internet connection stays good enough of the volte? Pls reply!

  4. The Pocophone F1 is the new budget king, where can you a phone with 6GB RAM, the Snapdragon 845 and a really good camera for £300/$300? The answer is you can't, so there's so compromises like no NFC, and no water resistance and the materials is plastic but so what? It has what matters. Xiaomi is boss.

  5. You do not mention that it is quite easy to install Pixel Experience ROM on this to get an uncompromised basic Android, and with other tweaks you can also dramatically improve the Photographic Experience as well. Personally I would prefer the durability of polycarbonate and you can also add screen protection very cheaply. Function is far more important than form in my world. It also appears to be VERY water resistant, on the basis of both my persoanl experiece, and a friend who has tested hers out inadvertently, by falling into the sea with it.

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