As hardware enthusiasts, you likely know how tough it is to get access to new, hyped hardware. When something like Xiaomi's POCO F1 surfaces, the intrigue definitely mounts. The POCO F1 (or sporting comparable internals) can still be expected to be difficult to get your hands on due to the effortless desire the covers to get there hands on it. The Acme Labs POCO F1 is one of the few devices still sporting hardware. POCO F1 you got an octa-core processor with up to 8 GB RAM, dual rear fingerprint sensor, 16 MP rear camera with support for Netflix's 120fps stabilization
Features & Usability
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Media and communication
State: Community maintained
Q: What does this port need to get better?
A: Complete the following features:
Automated Usability (beta)
Boots and runs well, essential features work correctly. It can be used as a mobile device running Ubuntu Touch OS. Recommended for advanced users.
- Manual brightness
- Notification LED
- Switching between cameras
- Carrier info, signal strength
- Data connection
- Dual SIM functionality
- Incoming, outgoing calls
- MMS in, out
- PIN unlock
- SMS in, out
- Change audio routings
- Voice in calls
- Volume control in calls
- 24+ hours battery lifetime
- 7+ days stability
- Boot into UI
- Hardware video playback
- Anbox patches (deprecated)
- AppArmor patches
- Battery percentage
- Offline charging
- Online charging
- Recovery image
- Reset to factory defaults
- RTC time
- Shutdown / Reboot
- Wireless External monitor
- Flight mode
- Automatic brightness
- Fingerprint reader
- Volume control
- MTP access
- ADB access
Confirmed, depending on the maintenance
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Working to some extent but with issues
Issue is not specific to this device
Subject to port development
This device gets updates through these channels, learn more about OTA updates
|Ubuntu Release||Channel||Version||Release Date||Description|
|Xenial||stable||OTA-24||11/22/2022||Stability over newer features (recommended)|
|Xenial||rc||2022-W47||11/22/2022||Testing before the next stable release|
|Xenial||devel||2023-02-06||2/6/2023||Daily built development releases|
|CPU||Octa-core (4x 2.8 GHz Kryo 385 Gold & 4x 1.8 GHz Kryo 385 Silver)|
|Chipset||Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845|
|Storage||64 GB, 128 GB, 256 GB|
|Memory||6 GB, 8 GB|
|Android Version||Android 8.1 (Oreo), upgradable to Android 10.0|
|Battery||Li-Po 4000 mAh, non-removable|
|Display||6.18 inches, 96.2 cm2 (~82.2% screen-to-body ratio), 1080 x 2246 pixels, 18.7:9 ratio (~403 ppi density)|
|Rear Camera||12 MP, f/1.9, 1/2.55", 1.4µm, dual pixel PDAF, 5 MP, f/2.0, (depth)|
|Front Camera||20 MP, f/2.0, (wide), 1/3", 0.9µm|
|Dimensions||155.5 x 75.3 x 8.8 mm (6.12 x 2.96 x 0.35 in)|
|Weight||182 g (6.42 oz)|
Apart from the features listed above, there are few things to note:
- Anbox can be installed with
sudo anbox-tool installand you can refer documentation here. However, there is a bug that prevents reboot to work when anbox is installed. You need to long press the power button to force restart the device. Also, when OTA updates are downloaded from settings, you need to long press power and volume up button to go into recovery mode to install the pending updates. ** Anbox support is experimental **.
Report an Issue for
Xiaomi Poco F1
Did the maintainer say that feature ‘works’ but you know from doing it that
it really doesn’t?
Start by searching the bug device issue if you found it, hopefully the porter is on it. 'Subscribe' to the issue in case it get solved.
Couldn't find it?
Uh-oh… Well it is time to let the porter and everyone else know about the fail and send the tech magic back to the workshop for a makeover.
1. Read 'Bug Reporting' section in UBports docs on 'How to report a bug'.
2. Then (this time), head to GitHub Issues and submit it, so the porter knows about it.