POCO has started rolling out its new MIUI 10 v10.2.2.0 stable update for all its users. The new update brings new camera features that include 960fps slow-motion video recording along with 120fps and 240fps. The update also brings enhanced low-light mode in the camera settings for better and improved low-light performance. The camera takes eight photos at different exposures and merges them into a brighter, higher-quality shot. POCO had started testing these features last month in beta.
However, the update doesn't come with 4K 60fps support, which was promised by the company last year, but the company head had recently said that this update will be available soon by February.
The new POCO F1 MIUI 10.1 update comes with build V10.2.2.0.PEJMIXM and comes with a size of 311MB, along with the security patch for December 2018. The company has started rolling out this update today, so it may take a few days for every device to receive it.
Alvin Tse, the head of POCO phone global and Xioami global tweeted about the same saying that the team has started rolling out the Jan stable build that comes with the latest security patch and a bunch of fixes on the POCO F1.
Good news all! Dev team has started rolling out the Jan stable build which has the latest security patch and a bunch of fixes. Slightly later than we thought but it's here! Everyone should get it in the next few days. pic.twitter.com/o43M0YMzy3— Alvin Tse (@atytse) January 17, 2019
The MIUI 10.2.2.0 stable update will be launched in batches and users would be getting it soon.