Poco F1 960fps and Super low-light feature added in new MIUI 10 update

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POCO has been treating their fans and potentially new users with a heavy discount on its F1 smartphone. While the new users have a lot to look ahead, the existing users of the POCO F1 have gotten a mid-week treat from the house of Xiaomi. The company has released a new MIUI 10 update for the POCO F1, which comes with two interesting camera upgrades.

Also read: The Poco F1 is available at a huge discount of up to Rs 5,000 starting December 6

POCO F1: MIUI 10 beta update brings changes to the camera 

Today, POCO has released a new update dubbed MIUI 10 8.12.4 Nightly with a download size of 184MB. This OTA update is meant for only BETA users of MIUI 10 on the F1. There are basically two major changes involving camera upgrade and app settings revamp.

Coming to the changes involved in the camera department. After updating to this ROM version, users would be able to record slow motion videos on their F1 at 960fps. If you don’t know it already that’s super slow motion. Only a handful of smartphones offered from the likes of Sony and Samsung.

Further, there is an introduction to the Super low-light mode on the POCOphone. With brands like OnePlus, Google, and Huawei showcasing low-light photography skills on its respective phones, Xiaomi thought why not introduce it on its affordable flagship phone in India: The POCO F1.

Also read: Poco F1 by Xiaomi review: don’t think it, just buy it

So, if you’re one of the eager ones, you can download this update right now and install at your own risk. Let us know in the comment section if you’re going to upgrade your POCO F1. Help us update this article with a feedback whether the feature works as intended or not.


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