Alright, so it’s been a while since the Xiaomi’s sub-brand, the POCO has launched their first ever Android Device. For those of you who don’t already know, we are talking about the Poco F1 here. There is a lot of hype right now going on in the market regarding this device. This has created much competition in the Mid Range Smartphone Sections. Anyways, talking about the Poco F1, if we look back and Compare the modern devices with the old and traditional devices, then we would notice that how far we have actually come.
These modern devices are much more powerful than the old traditional phones. Also, they are much more useful than back in time where all they could do was to perform basic tasks like calling, messaging etc. But, if we look and observe closely, there is still an aspect where there is a huge scope for improvements. Just in case if it was not clear, Yes we are talking about the Battery life here. We really cannot deny the fact that it does not make sense at all to compare those devices with the modern devices as with modern devices, the tasks have also changed. This means that the users perform those tasks and actions which requires a lot more power than the old devices.
With that being said, it looks like that you are someone who is planning to get a POCO F1 for himself. Well, you might be wondering about the battery backup of this device. Today, in this post, we would be covering on Poco F1 Screen On Time Test By Real Users. But before we do, let us take a quick look at the Poco F1 Specifications.
Poco F1 Specifications
The Poco F1 comes with a 6.18 inch Full HD Display. The device has a decent design. Some of the people find the design good while others not so much. Under the hood, the Poco F1 is powered by a Snapdragon 845 chip along with massive 8 GB of RAM. Now, coming to the cameras, the Poco F1 has a dual camera setup at the rear comprising of 12 MP and 5 MP Cameras. One of the major attraction is the liquid cooling technology which is embedded in this device.
The Poco F1 has a 20 MP Camera at the front for selfies. The device has a massive 4000 capacity battery which is quite impressive on paper. Let us now find out if it is impressive in real time scenarios too or not.
Poco F1 Battery Test By Real Users
You can take a look at the Poco F1 screenshot of the battery life Test By Real Users below:
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The above screenshots come from akashkyh at XDA Developers. The user was able to get 9h 21m of SOT with just 1% charge left at the end of the day. According to the Battery Stats in the Settings, the phone would still last for another 11m. The standby time of the Poco F1 was over 1 day and 1 hour 11 minutes which is good enough, This is primarily due to the mammoth 4000 mAh battery which has been inserted inside the Poco F1.
So that’s it guys, we hope that this cleared your doubts on Screen On Time with the Poco F1. Let us know your thoughts on this in the comments section down below.