This update carries version number 10.2.3.0.PEJMIXM and weighs more than 550 MB in size. We don't know what else this update brings to the phone because the developer team "didn't have time to write the full changelog". But what we do know is that it doesn't bring 4K 60 FPS video recording support that was rolled out through a beta update earlier this week.
However, Alvin Tse, who's the Head of Pocophone Global, has said that the company will release another stable update later this month to bring 4K 60 FPS video recording to non-beta users.
In addition to 4K 60 FPS video recording, this update also lacks Widevine L1 support which was rolled out for beta users last month. So if you want these two features right away, you might want to switch from stable to beta channel.
And new adware software.
Dude, even mi 2018 flagship the mi8 didn't get updates as much as the poco. Even tho they've sold more mi 8 than the poco. Xiaomi is just stupidly releasing too many phones without even caring about their users other than poco users, and yet ur expec...
Why not just use the quick ball? Or just using the back button gesture (hold back button)