Up to now, it absolutely was only predicted that the Poco X2 could have a 120Hz show. As of 15 minutes back, this can be confirmed. The official @POCOIndia bank account in Twitter created a publish about it. This confirms one other thing – the Poco X2 is a re-branded Redmi K30 for your Indian market. So no AMOLED and then in-display fingerprint sensing unit for those who hoped it had. It will have an IPS panel and a side-attached fingerprint scanner rather.
Poco X2 is going to be designed with a Snapdragon 730G chipset, a 4500 mAh electric battery, a 64MP Sony IMX686 main digicam adjoined by five other cameras on the back and entrance. The handset will first appearance officially on February 4th.