Faisal92, 07 Jul 2020Does the poco pro 2 support " LED Notification"?Yes.
there is a led on the pop-up camera
Faisal92, 07 Jul 2020Does the poco pro 2 support " LED Notification"?Similar to Mi 9T Pro, the notification light is at the pop up camera. Cannot view at the front of the phone, but viewable on top surface of the phone.
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2020This one or Mi 10/10 pro? Want about performance and battery life. Camera isn't that important.I hate curve screen so f2 pro.
Anonymous, 06 Jul 2020Unless a group of hackers specifically target you using the security hole or vulnerability (if... moreI wouldn't say security patches are unimportant because they really are for many people. For majority of Android users who don't do any banking or credit card transactions on their Android phones, it wouldn't likely matter much because they won't lose anything even if hackers get hold of their personal files/photos/media on their phones. But for those who do regularly use their phones to transfer funds, pay bills and shop online with their credit cards and debit cards, an up-to-date security patch is basic requirement (in addition to safe online behavior).
LeemHan, 06 Jul 2020Hey guys I need you opinion I want to buy a phone tht Worth . I'm still decide for OnePlu... moreHere is the thing nobody can make decision for you, only after you use both smartphones, you will know which one is better for you, as smartphone is not just about the brand, outlook, or the hardware, it is a long term experience from day to day usage, but definitely this is not possible, unless you buy both smartphone, and using it simultaneously.
I will say both are good options in their own way, won't disappoint you.
LeemHan, 06 Jul 2020Hey guys I need you opinion I want to buy a phone tht Worth . I'm still decide for OnePlu... moreGo back several pages in this forum (page 9 or earlier) and check the early June 2020 posts. Both phones (Poco F2 Pro / Oneplus 7 Pro) were compared back then.
Hey guys I need you opinion I want to buy a phone tht Worth . I'm still decide for OnePlus 7 pro or Poco F2 pro?? I'm still in dilemma...
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2020My Poco F2 Pro is still on April 2020 security patch as well. And it's the same with my S... moreUnless a group of hackers specifically target you using the security hole or vulnerability (if it exists) which is not fixed through a security patch, you have nothing to worry about. The likelihood of such a thing happening is 0.00001%.
So lack of security patches don't affect the end user in the real world.
Ppl and several businesses used Intel chipsets for years without issues despite the Spectre & Meltdown vulnerabilities. As I said, unless a team of hackers specifically target you exploiting that security loophole, you are safe.
Ppl continue to fall for marketing gimmicks where they feel if they don't have the latest security patch, they are vulnerable or worse the phone becomes unusable after 2 years. These are the same people that can be hacked using a simple phising link and they are worried about vulnerabilities in the system that are less likely a threat.
Raycon, 05 Jul 2020Let me spell it for you as simple as a humanly possible: I shared my experience about the pho... moreLet me state it again. You've made your point. Stop repeating it over and over again here like the defect is a widespread issue because its not. Doing so is not productive. Filing a dispute in the online site's resolution center will do more.
Anonymous, 04 Jul 2020It isn't and I'm not bashing. I'm telling you to report your bad experience wit... moreLet me spell it for you as simple as a humanly possible:
I shared my experience about the phone so that others may learn, if you want to discuss about productivity and acceptance please find another forum for that.
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2020My Poco F2 Pro is still on April 2020 security patch as well. And it's the same with my S... moreNice explanation, but u forgot one thing - this phone costs much more than Galaxy A71. Actually it is "flagship killer". Mi A3 had a few delays in getting Android 10.
So whole point is in Xiaomi.
Anyway, thanks for the post.
Stex, 04 Jul 2020No updates for EU version, still April security patch, no MIUI12 at all. Whats wrong with Xiao... moreMy Poco F2 Pro is still on April 2020 security patch as well. And it's the same with my Samsung A71 (also April 2020). It's a fact of life in the Android world.
Only the newest flagship phones from Samsung (Galaxy S series and Galaxy Note series) get updated monthly. And of course other flagship phones from Nokia, Sony, and Oneplus because they don't have plenty of phone models to update.
If fast updates are your main priority, Google's own Pixel phones and Android One phones are your only choice. My Mi A3 gets regular monthly security updates but it isn't immune to delays when there are major Android version software updates. The goid thing about it is, it gets monthly security updates even if it may get delayed Android version updates.
Only worldwide regulation will force Android phone manufacturers to provide updates promptly to all Android phones regardless of price range. And even that (worldwide regulation) is wishful thinking.
Stex, 05 Jul 2020If u dont need high refresh screen rate, then Poco all the way.Thanks. I like it too.
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2020This one or Mi 10/10 pro? Want about performance and battery life. Camera isn't that important.If u dont need high refresh screen rate, then Poco all the way.
This one or Mi 10/10 pro? Want about performance and battery life. Camera isn't that important.
No updates for EU version, still April security patch, no MIUI12 at all. Whats wrong with Xiaomi? 470€ device no updates for 90+ days...
Raycon, 04 Jul 2020I didn't know this was your own personal forum buddy. You don't even read my commen... moreIt isn't and I'm not bashing. I'm telling you to report your bad experience with your local consumer agencies. Open a dispute with the online shopping site's resolution center. Have your phone repaired by another repair shop (not Xiaomi). After doing all of those, accept things you can't change. Just charge it to experience. Buy a new phone from another brand. Enjoy it and share good experiences in the new phone's forum. You'll be surprised at how much happier and more productive you can be.
Anonymous, 27 Jun 2020To repeat, this forum is for productive discussions, and certainly NOT the place to solve your... moreI didn't know this was your own personal forum buddy.
You don't even read my comments and you already have an opinion.
I'll repeat myself not for you but for who might be in a similar situation:
Xiaomi says on their website that if the phone was purchased from EU you are able to claim warranty in any country in EU.
But when you will try to claim warranty they will tell you that you can't.
And stop bashing people for having different opinions than you
My comments are not for you, but for people to whom might be useful.