At the beginning of the month we reported that Xiaomi has a few new smartphones in the pipeline - the Xiaomi Mi Max 3 is already official, the Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite too, which leaves only the Pocophone. Well there's something new to share about that.
The Pocophone line will premiere with the Pocophone F1 and it will reportedly be aimed at Eastern Europe and India. According to a new report the Pocophone F1 will launch at around €420 for the 6/64GB model and €460 for the 6/128GB version. If the Pocophone F1 indeed launches with a Snapdragon 845, this would easily make it the cheapest SD845-powered smartphone selling in Europe.
Xiaomi Pocophone F1 will seemingly be cheap as chips... listing in eastern Euroland for ~420 Euro (6/64GB) and ~460 Euro (6/128GB) (prices converted). If it really has an SDM845 that pricing would be really impressive for a device with a 5,99in 2160x1080px screen.— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) July 23, 2018
Other unconfirmed specs include a 6.00-inch 1080x2160px display and the color variants - Grey and Blue.
The price information comes from listings that include EAN-UPC barcodes, which boost it validity.
Ur own personal opinion... I try Apple, Samsung (S and Note models), Huawei (Mate models)and Asus phones (Zenfone and 5z models). Apple i dont like, but the other 3 Android phones i will say, there is really no big difference FOR ME.
The Asus Zenfone is cheaper here, INCLUDING 21% VAT and the Dutch private copying levy it's € 490,-