Xiaomi Poco F1 gets 4K 60fps video recording support with latest MIUI beta

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on 03 Mar 2019

Other phones that will get the 4K 60fps video recording support are last year’s flagship the Xiaomi Mi 8, and the Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro.

Xiaomi Poco F1 gets 4K 60fps video recording support with latest MIUI beta

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  • Xiaomi Poco F1, Mi 8 and Mi 8 Pro get 4K 60fps video recording support
  • The support is being rolled out in the latest MIUI beta update
  • Poco F1 recently got the Widevine L1 certificate via a MIUI Beta OTA update


The Poco F1 has got a beta version update of the company’s firmware MIUI update that has brought 4K 60fps video recording support to the device. Apart from Poco F1, the Chinese tech company’s last year’s flagships, the Xiaomi Mi 8 and the Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro, are also getting the ability to record videos in 4K 60fps. The beta update comes a month after Poco India General Manager C Manmohan had announced on Twitter that “...4K 60 FPS will be rolling it out in the stable update in February.” Reportedly, this particular update started to roll out on March 1.

The news comes a few days after the Poco F1 received the Widevine L1 certificate via a MIUI Beta OTA update. With the Widevine L1 certification, Poco F1 users will be able to stream premium content in HD resolution. However, even after the update, the users will not be able to stream HD content Netflix because only the certification for streaming HD content on Amazon Prime Video and Hotstar is being rolled out.

C.Manmohan had revealed the news of the update via a Tweet. The certification is being rolled out via a MIUI Beta update to Poco F1 users who have signed up for the Beta program. Poco says that it will be released for all the users once the beta testing of the feature is complete. Presently, the Poco F1 has Widevine L3 which only allows streaming in 540p on Hotstar, Amazon Prime Video and Netflix.

In January, the MIUI 10 2.2.0 update brought 960fps slo-mo video recording, alongside 120fps and 240fps slo-mo videos, low-light mode and bug fixes. The update also brings enhanced low-light mode to improve photos taken in the dark. The low-light mode takes eight images in different exposures and merges them into one for a brighter, more sharp shot. The feature was reportedly in testing a month before it was rolled out to users.

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