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Poco might launch Poco F2 in 2020 !!

Poco F1 was one of the best smartphones of 2018, due to its killer specs at an affordable price tag. Everyone including us at The Tech Info House expected a successor of Poco F1 in 2019 but unfortunately, that wasn't the case. It is expected that POCO will launch its most wanted POCO F2 in 2020. The announcement comes from the General Manager of Xiaomi Indonesia and the head of Pocophone global, Alvin Tse, who just hinted that the brand might be revived in 2020. One of the twitter users asked about the future of Poco and in reply to that Alvin Tse tweeted "You will hear more from POCO in 2020 ♥️".
Previously it seemed like the company would shut down its POCO legacy but now it looks like they are working on bringing the POCO F2 to the market.  
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