The update introduces 960fps slow-motion video recording. The Pocophone F1 currently supports 120fps and 240fps slow-motion video recording, so the third setting is a welcome inclusion.
Good news all! Dev team has started rolling out the Jan stable build which has the latest security patch and a bunch of fixes. Slightly later than we thought but it’s here! Everyone should get it in the next few days. pic.twitter.com/o43M0YMzy3
— Alvin Tse (@atytse) January 17, 2019
MIUI 10.2.2.0 also includes an enhanced low-light mode for those nighttime shots and bumps the security patch level up to December 1, 2018. The Pocophone F1 is a bit behind in that regard since the January 2019 security patch is available now.
Lastly, Pocophone global head Alvin Tse said the update includes “a bunch of fixes.” They do not yet include a fix for the touch response issue that some Pocophone F1 owners reported.
That said, Tse said an update in February will include touch optimizations. The Pocophone F1 will also get support for 4K video recording at 60fps and a fix for the reported battery drain issue in February.
MIUI 10.2.2.0 is rolling out to the Pocophone F1 over the next few days.