Poco X2: How Poco's second entry in Midrange's game

Ashish pandey
 From Poco by Xiaomi, just Poco ... a lot changed in the year and a half coming from F1 to X2.  F1 had come to build a new category as the killer of the flagship killer, while X2 has come to make a place in the category below 20 thousand.  The phone in the F1 was simple but performance won the hearts.  The X2 is glamorous in appearance.  Instead of plastic, there is glass and metal body.  The size of the phone is quite large with 6.67 inch full HD display.  According to Poco, it has a 120 Hz refresh rate display, which is rarely found in this price range.  This improves your screen experience, especially during gaming.  The four-lens camera setup is embossed on the outside.  3.5mm jack has been provided for headphones.
We liked its performance using it.  With a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor and 8GB of RAM, it gives a heartfelt experience, there is no heatup in continuous playing games like PubG, Call of Duty, nor is there a problem with real time gaming.  According to the company, it is with the feature of liquid cooling.  256 GB of storage is plenty (although the hybrid SIM tray can stand in the 64 GB storage model).

 Such is the camera setup
 The phone has a four-lens setup at the back and a two-lens setup at the front.  The main lens is 64 megapixels and has a 2 megapixel for depth sensor, 8 megapixel ultraviolet angle camera and macro lens for close up photos.  Photos are very good in daylight and indoor light and provide no complaints.  Yes, there is blur and burst in pictures taken in low light at night, there is not much difference in night mode also, but overall camera results are good.  Dual lenses also provide picture quality in selfies.
A lot of unnecessary apps
 What can be surprising in the X2 is its user interface which already has a lot of blot.  Mi has many apps which may not be needed but they interfere again and again.  Especially when people started liking Clean OS, we did not find it a plus point for Poco.  With the phone's battery 4500 mAh, this is your hour-long gaming, social media or movie experience.  Charging is also fast.
Great Gaming Performance
 So we can call the Poco X2 a mid-range gaming phone that gives a good experience.  But just as the Poco F1 was a new queue phone, the Poco X2 proved itself better than the existing queue.  There is a strong phone under 20 thousand.  Prices start from Rs 15,999 (6 + 64 GB).  The one we reviewed has 8 GB RAM and 256 GB storage, its price is 19,999.  Remember the launch price of the most expensive model of F1 was 29 thousand rupees.

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