Poco F1’s latest MIUI update adds the ability to shoot 4K video at 60fps and support for Widevine L1. The Game Turbo feature is also a new feature and the March security update is also part of the fix.
- Widevine L1 support enables HD videos on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
- With the latest MIUI update, the [email protected] recording feature has been enabled.
- Poco F1 now gets a Game Turbo feature and the March Security patch.
The Poco F1 is one of the few Android phones that has constant support from the manufacturer. Since its launch in 2018, the Poco F1 has received many updates and improved over time. The Poco team is constantly listening to their consumers and rolling out patches and fixes for the countless number of phones on the market. The latest proof of this is the MIUI v10.3.4 update which fixes numerous bugs and brings crucial new features to further enhance the value of the phone.
For a while there was a demand for 4K video recording at 60 fps. The Poco F1 launched with support for 4K video at 30fps. With the latest MIUI update, the [email protected] recording feature has been enabled. So if you’re worried about shooting video at higher frame rates with the greatest clarity on the Poco F1, the latest update fixes the problem.
Another major addition to the Poco F1 is Widevine L1 support. When the phone was launched, users could only watch videos on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video in SD resolutions, although the phone had a Full HD screen. Widevine L1 support was in beta testing for a while and finally rolled out to the stable version of MIUI. Therefore, HD videos on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video are now enabled.
The Poco F1 was touted as an extremely powerful smartphone suitable for high resolution gaming. To make gaming even easier, the Poco F1 now has a Game Turbo feature, which will aid memory to deliver top-notch performance while gaming.
Along with these features, Poco has also released some bug fixes regarding the phone’s UI as well as stability issues. The March Security patch is also part of the update. Poco has also added a few new AI modes in the camera app. Additionally, if you receive a call while playing a game, the UI will offer a floating called ID that will allow you to play the game while receiving the call.
The latest MIUI 10.3.4 update is being released in batches across the country and if you haven’t received it yet, you need to head to the system update section and check for the update manually. The update package weighs around 515 MB, which is why it is advisable to download it via a Wi-Fi network.