It’s obvious which phone will win the round, but it’s pretty crazy by how much.
Even though both devices have the same CPU and come from the same parent company, that doesn’t mean they are the same.
That price is for a limited time only, so get it while you can.
The vast majority of our readers love the Poco F2 Pro, but a slim majority also thinks it’s just too pricey.
Can the Poco F2 Pro match its predecessor’s success? Find out in our review!
Anyone waiting for a new Poco announcement in India might not have to wait too much longer.
Rebranded or not, the Poco F2 Pro is looking like one of the best affordable flagships of 2020, Hadlee Simons writes.
A flagship killer, but not the only one.
We finally have a successor to the Poco F1, but what are you getting for the price?
What’s the new Poco F2 Pro all about? Watch the launch livestream here.
Poco exec: The Poco F2 Pro won’t be a rebranded Redmi K30 Pro.
Renders: Am I a joke to you?
The Poco F2 Pro could be much cheaper than other premium Snapdragon 865 flagships out there.
Update: Xiaomi has confirmed the Poco F2 Pro name ahead of tomorrow’s Poco launch event in Spain.
More evidence of an incoming flagship from Poco.
Awaiting the next flagship phone from Poco? Here’s what the Poco F2 Pro could cost in Europe.
The listing once again confirms it’s the same phone as the Redmi K30 Pro.
A new leak adds that the phone might not actually have 5G connectivity.