Poco F1 Lite repéré sur Geekbench avec SoC Snapdragon 660, 4Go de RAM

Poco F1 Lite repéré sur Geekbench avec SoC Snapdragon 660, 4Go de RAM

Poco F1 Lite Spotted on Geekbench With Snapdragon 660 SoC, 4GB RAM

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Poco F1 Lite repéré sur Geekbench avec SoC Snapdragon 660, 4Go de RAM


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  1. If the rumours are true, wonder where this slots into Xiaomi’s midrange lineup.

    They already have:

    – Redmi 7 (rumoured), SD632, 6.26″ HD LCD
    – Redmi Note 7, SD660, 6.3″ FHD LCD
    – Redmi Note 7 Pro, SD675, 6.3″ FHD LCD
    – Mi 9 SE, SD712, 5.97″ FHD AMOLED
    – Poco F1, SD845, 6.18″ FHD LCD

    And that’s not counting the older releases in Mi 8 Lite/SE, Redmi Note 5/6 and Mi A2/A2 Lite.

    Just going off the SoC it would compete next to the Redmi Note 7 non pro but what differences would it have? Personally I’d love for it to be a smaller alternative, perhaps 5.6-5.8″, that durable plastic body and an even cheaper price (one can hope).

  2. Good, keep releasing mid range phones. As a Canadian I’m starting to realize if I want a real mid range phone I’m going to have to buy one from AliExpress or something.

  3. It’s a bit strange that they’ll release a phone at this point in time with a Snapdragon 660, still a great SoC, but last gen at this point, and considering that , at least in Europe, the Poco F1 price dropped bellow 300€, I’m expecting a pretty aggressive price point at launch.

  4. They have way way too many handsets. So much so that each is killing the other in competition. It’s like they have different departments trying to outdo each other with the same brand. Moronic.

  5. It’s interesting because Xiaomi doesn’t hesitate to release products that cannibalize each other (meaning they eat up each others’ market shares). Maybe because they release phones so rapidly it doesn’t matter?

  6. They just launched Redmi Note 7 lineup in India and it is getting hailed as the best budget phone so far (deservingly so) and Xiaomi plans on cannibalizing their own product by F1 Lite.

    Even if they price it around INR 17-19k then either they’ll kill Note 7 Pro (14k for 4GB and 17k for 6GB) or people will simply go for F1 (INR 20k) since the gap would be too small.

  7. I just wish someone would make a 4.7 inch screen with 18:9 aspect ratio no notch and minuscule bezels.

    I would love to have a modern phone the size of my 2nd gen moto E

  8. I think it’s because all of them are sub brands and run free of the others, they end up competing with themselves.

    So, Poco, Redmi and Mi are all sub brands of Xiaomi with competing SKUs

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