Poco X2: Xiaomi’s mid-range smartphone has a 120 Hz display

The Poco X2 is the second cell phone that Xiaomi sells under the Poco brand. The technical highlights include a large battery and a display with 120 Hz.

Xiaomi has introduced the second mobile phone with Poco branding: The Poco X2 has only been announced for the Indian market for the time being, and the cheapest version will cost around 200 euros there. It is open whether the X2 will come to Germany. The predecessor, the Pocophone F1, is available in Germany.

What is unusual about the Poco X2 is primarily the screen, which has a high refresh rate of 120 Hz. At the top of the 6.67-inch screen there is a notch in the display. The LCD screen has a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels.POCO India@IndiaPOCO

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The Poco X2 is powered by a Snapdragon 730G. The SoC was launched last April. The “G” stands for gaming: Compared to the standard version of the Snapdragon 730, the chip supports some features that are supposed to improve game performance. Otherwise, the two versions do not differ. The battery of the X2 is designed quite generously with 4500 mAh.

The Poco X2 has a total of six camera modules: At the front there is a small 2-megapixel lens by the 20-megapixel selfie camera. The rear main sensor is a Sony IMX 686 with 64 megapixels, it is supplemented by an 8 megapixel ultra wide-angle camera and two 2 megapixel modules.ALSO READXiaomi Mi Note 10 hands-on: five cameras, 108 megapixels and a giant battery

In India, the Poco X2 appears in three different versions with 6 or 8 GB of RAM and 64, 128 or 256 GB of internal storage space. It is currently still open which of these variants will come to Germany and when. The focus on the Indian market can already be recognized by the name of the new Xiaomi cell phone: it competes directly with the Realme X2 from the Chinese competitor of the same name, which is also very popular in the Indian market.

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