Pocophone wastes no time
Pocophone X2 is a medium-low-end Android smartphone but that presents some interesting improvements, in particular with regard to the display. This is indeed a refresh panel with 120 hertz and support HDR10, features you would not expect to find on inexpensive terminals. The company relies on LCD technology, to 6.67 inches in size 20: 9 and Full HD + resolution. The screen-shell ratio is 91%, and there is a double hole 4,38mm. The protection is entrusted to the excellent Gorilla Glass 5.
Under the shell we Snapdragon 730g of Qualcomm, accompanied by 6 or 8GB of memory, depending on the storage space (64 or 256GB). It lacks support for SD card or double SIM.
The battery is 4,500 mAh, with rapid charging system from 27W.
The camera department of Poco X2 is a primary combo based on 4 rear cameras. The main sensor is 64MP - the Sony IMX686 - with a focal aperture f / 1.89 and 0.8 micron pixels. There is also wide-angle lens with 8MP f / 2.2, which is expected to cover 120 °. The other two lenses are 2MP: one serves to the depth detection, the other should assist with macros. The stabilizer is obviously only digital.
In front we have instead an optical double, with primary drive from 20MP and aperture f / 2.2. The second camera is 2 MP, but it was not specified what it occupies. Shortly
X2 will be initially marketed in India and then reach other markets. Prices start at around € 200 for the version 6 / 64GB, ending the 250 edition € 8 / 256GB.