Here are phones with flagship processors, loads of memory, excellent cameras under Rs 30,000.
The Poco F2 listing was made by the XDA-Developers team and it is actually a rooted Google Pixel 2 XL.
Some of the phones in this list can give certain flagship phones a run for their money at almost half the cost.
The Poco F1 offer applies only if you have a device to exchange against it and you are an ICICI user.
Oppo F11 Pro is easily the best looking phone in this segment, and it's packing a great camera.
MIUI v10.2.3.0 update for the Poco F1 does weigh 550 MB but brings very little visible upgrades.
Oppo has come out with a pop-out camera smartphone which it has called the F11 Pro.
Xiaomi is also rolling out this beta update for the Mi 8 and the Mi 8 Pro users.
The Poco F1 by Xiaomi was launched in August last year but lacked support for Widevine L1.
The Vivo V15 Pro brings with it a tonne of features that you would expect from a Vivo Nex successor.
Looking for a smartphone with a fast processor, loads of memory, excellent camera and a premium design in a budget price? You are at the right place.
Xiaomi Mi Days sale on Flipkart begins on 28 January at 12 am, discount of up to Rs 4,000 on select models
Some smartphones in this list can give flagships a run for their money at almost half the cost.
POCO India also claims to be working with partners to add support for HD Netflix playback.
Xiaomi also mentions that it's still working on bringing support for HD playback to the POCO F1.
The POCO F2 even seems to score lower than the Asus ROG phone and the OnePlus 6.
Armoured Version of the Poco F1 was earlier only reserved for the 8 GB RAM and 256 GB internal storage model.
It's too early, even by Xiaomi standards to plan a successor to the Poco F1 which launched in September.
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We also see a dual camera set up at the back and a fingerprint sensor under it on the Xiaomi Play.