Strong Signals: Poco F2 Is Launching In 2020, Pocophone Global Head Gives Hint!
Ever since Poco F1 was launched in August this year, Xiaomi fans were keenly awaiting for the next version of Poco: Poco F2.
However, even since then, mixed signals were given out by Xiaomi about a possible successor of this immensely popular flagship: Some reports indicated that Poco F2 may never launch, and even if launches, it will be rebranded as Redmi K20 Pro in India.
But that never happened.
And now, strong signals are coming in, regarding the launch of Poco F2 in 2020.
What are these signals?
Poco Global Head’s Tweet: Poco F2 Is Launching
Pocophone Global Head Alvin Tse ‘mistakenly’ tweeted about a possible launch of Poco F2 next year.
In his tweet, he said, “You will hear more from POCO in 2020.”
This seems to be a very strong signal, that Pocophone team is indeed working on the next version of Poco F1, and Poco F2 can actually launch next year.
However, this tweet was taken down after some time, as Xiaomi wants to maintain the suspense and anticipation for Poco F2.
Anticipation of Poco F2 Continues
The tweet by Pocophone Global head is in continuation to Poco F2’s anticipation, which has been on since August this year.
In July this year, first rumors emerged about a possible launch of Poco F2, as some leaked specs surfaced on various social networks. At that time, it was rumored that Poco F2 can have Qualcomm’s current flagship processor Snapdragon 855 with upto 10GB or 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
In September this year, we reported about two strong pieces of evidence, which suggested that Poco F2 can actually launch by Christmas or New Year of 2019.
However, this didn’t happen and fans were disappointed.
Last month, another round of speculations took ground, when Spigen’s listing confirmed the existence of Poco F2, and some more leaked specs and pics emerged: Pop-Up Sensor, Triple Camera, Snapdragon 855, 27W Charging were almost confirmed via this listing.
There is still no official news about Poco F2’s specs or images as of now.. But the deleted tweet by Pocophone global head gives us some hope.
We will keep you updated, as more details come in.