In the recent past, POCO F1 got the WideVine L1 support. Meaning you can now stream Netflix and Amazon Prime at FHD resolution. A MIUI beta build marked this change.
Less than a month later, C Manmohan, general manager of POCO, tweeted the support of 1080P and 4k Video recording on the same. The, now, latest build will support the recording options via the default camera app.
POCO fans, we heard you! Now enjoy recording 4K & 1080p videos at 60FPS on your #POCOF1. We have started rolling out an update for our MIUI for POCO beta users. Beta users – please do share feedback on the feedback app. Will be on stable version soon after the beta testing. pic.twitter.com/fWFnsIeLHR
— C Manmohan (@cmanmohan) March 2, 2019
It is interesting that you can now record and shoot videos at 60 Frames per second in both 1080p and 4k Resolutions. Meaning, the videos will look much better than the normal 24FPS. Due to it being a beta build, it’s not yet confirm whether the recording options will support any form of stabilization. The actual video samples can only be obtained after a stable build is out. Until then, drawing any conclusions about the video performance will not be useful.
What do you think about the POCO F1 and it’s camera, let us know in the comments section?