Some users of the Xiaomi POCOPHONE F1 complain about problems with the operation of this smartphone, which appeared after the updates of MIUI 10. POCO F1 is supposed to deal worse with games, as well as suffer from overheating and battery drainage. Does your POCOPHONE F1 have similar problems?
The Xiaomi POCOPHONE F1 is referred to by the manufacturer as a "speed champion" because it received an extremely powerful Snapdragon 845 processor with a great graphics Adreno 630, as well as a large amount of fast memory, both operational and internal. Xiaomi also took care of a special cooling system so that the components do not lose their strength during intensive use. I had the opportunity to test POCO F1 and the smartphone really turned out to be a performance daemon. In my review of this equipment, I wrote:
The first Xiaomi submarine smartphone works like lightning. The pace of launching individual programs is almost unearthly, just like the flow of animation or reaction to any commands. In terms of work culture and performance, POCO F1 should satisfy even the most demanding user.
Equally positive about POCO F1 spoke my redaction colleague Konrad in his review of this device after 5 months of use. However, there are voices saying that POCOPHONE F1 has performance problems after recent updates .
POCOPHONE F1 slows down
Some Xiaomi users POCOPHONE F1 complains about noticeable degradation of graphics performance , which is especially evident in the PUBG Mobile game. Lack of liquidity is noticeable, and there are even suggestions that POCO F1 deals with this title as a mid-range smartphone. Unfortunately, this is not all. The smartphone is also supposed to overheat and not only during playing, but also during everyday activities. What is worse, it leads to drainage of the battery , and yet the time of work on one charge is considered one of the greatest advantages of this equipment, which is ensured by a battery with a capacity of 4000 mAh. It is difficult to recognize effectively which update has damaged POCO F1. Some users noticed the above-mentioned problems after the first update to MIUI 10, while others experienced this after installing MIUI version V10.2.3.0.PEJMIXM.
Xiaomi investigates the matter
It is comforting that Xiaomi already knows everything. The company's representatives assured that the case is already being investigated by relevant teams. The POCO brand must quickly deal with this problem, because it is soon supposed to present the POCOPHONE F2, so the problematic predecessor will not be too good for a new product.
Does your Xiaomi POCOPHONE F1 suffer from any of the listed ailments, and if so, after which updates did they appear?
Our POCO F1 test: