Poco F1's Poco Launcher Arrives Out of Beta, Now Available To Everyone Android Users


Xiaomi launched its sub-image Poco in August and made the Poco F1 authority in India. The Poco F1 runs on a customized MIUI for Poco operating system that accompanies few changes like the Poco Launcher, brisk settings from stock Android, and that's only the tip of the iceberg. Because of its popularity, the custom Poco Launcher was launched for Android clients in August itself, yet was in beta from that point onward. Be that as it may, the Poco Launcher application is presently out of beta, and is available for download on all good Android gadgets. Key highlights of this launcher include a spotless home screen, an application cabinet, protection highlights, and symbol customization capacity.

The Poco Launcher form 2.6.0.6 for Android clients requires Android 5.0 Lollipop or more, and the file size is around 16MB (it might shift from gadget to gadget). It takes a shot at most perfect Android smartphones not running MIUI. The launcher, as said, brings an application cabinet for all the applications making the home screen look cleaner. It's a stripped-down variant of MIUI acquires components from Google's stock form of Android Oreo, including Quick Settings tiles and diverse symbols.

The Poco Launcher accompanies a pursuit include with application proposals and symbol shading classes, the capacity to group applications dependent on classification and keep applications private, permits the use of outsider symbol packs for customization, and faster activities too. With the application presently live on the Play Store, it is available for all perfect Android gadgets as a free download.

The Poco Launcher comes pre-installed on the Poco F1, which was launched in India at a starting cost of Rs. 20,999 for the variant with 6GB of RAM and 64GB installed storage. The smartphone comes in Rosso Red, Graphite Black, and Steel Blue shading choices, and packs in specifications including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, dual rear camera setup, and a display notch. The Poco F1 was available only on Flipkart and Mi.com, yet is presently available offline in Mi Home Stores too.
Poco F1's Poco Launcher Arrives Out of Beta, Now Available To Everyone Android Users Poco F1's Poco Launcher Arrives Out of Beta, Now Available To Everyone Android Users Reviewed by miallphone on October 15, 2018 Rating: 5

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