The Chinese manufacturer is one of the most popular brands today, being present in virtually every segment you can imagine. Still, its strongest asset remains smartphones. Now, another render has come out of what may be the new Xiaomi Pocophone F2.

I would remind you that the brand already has a sub-brand for more affordable smartphones – Redmi – which has always presented itself as the most profitable of its portfolio. With its top-of-the-line “Mi” failing to achieve the desired results, the manufacturer launched a new “Poco” sub-brand in 2018.

This sub-brand arrived with the goal of launching smartphones with specifications worthy of a top of the range, with a price impossible to beat. The big test of success lies in the Xiaomi Pocophone F1, which quickly proved to be the most surprising smartphone of last year.

Xiaomi Pocophone F2 may arrive with a notch in drop shape

Considering the great success of the original Pocophone, and the fact that it was released a few months ago. It was not to our great surprise that rumors of his successor began to emerge.

Over the past few weeks, a lot of information has started circulating about the new Xiaomi Pocophone F2. Recently we have also seen some renders of the alleged smartphone. However, in my opinion, they were not at all realistic.

On the other hand, the image shared by the recognized leakster Benjamin Geskin, ‘paints’ a much more credible image. According to the render, the Xiaomi Pocophone F2 will arrive with a small drop-shaped notch on your screen. In this way, you will be able to offer a better multimedia viewing experience than your predecessor.

In addition, we can see that its margins are extremely slender, appearing slightly wider at the vertical ends. In turn, the rear panel should provide a dual vertically oriented rear camera positioned at the top left.

Finally, the fingerprint reader is also present on the front panel. Leaving aside the possibility of seeing the Xiaomi Pocophone F2 have their biometric sensor on the screen.

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