Poco F1 new update has been rolled out and the users will be getting the MIUI 10.2.3.0 stable update. The new update is said to come with the February 2019 Android security patch and will be 560MB in size. The official changelog only talks about the Android security patch and not much about other information.
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According to the PocoPhone Global head Alvin Tse tweet, the developer team didn't get time to write the complete changelog detailing of the new feature that is coming on the MIUI 10.2.3.0.
What is confirmed is the fact that the new update won't get 4K video recording at 60fps as well as Widevine L1 certification that helps in streaming HD content from Netflix and Amazon Prime Videos.
Alvin Tse went on to say that the company would release another stable update later this month that will bring 4K 60 FPS video recording on the Poco F1.
The company had rolled out the Widevine L1 support with a beta update in February along with two separate updates that were released earlier this month that got 4K video recording at 60fps support.
The update has been pushed out in a staged manner and users can also manually check for the update by going to settings, followed with about phone and system update, where one has to tap on 'check for updates'.
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