Whats going down people?!
Aaaand just like that, we are into February. It feels like the new year had just begun, but time as they say, waits for none. As we proceed forward and trudge into the summer months, we have a lot more things planned to keep you guys engaged!
Also, our devs have worked really hard to keep fixing most of the issues, and will be off the next week for a well-deserved holiday. So we will be skipping the community update next week. We also have a few other things to discuss, once we get the weekly feedback section out of the way. So let’s get going, shall we?
Touch lag and wrong touch issue
We have released an optimized open beta. Whoever has updated to the open beta can share their feedback with us. We are running validation for a stable ROM and will release it soon.
“OK Google” does not work in some scenarios
It has been reported that ‘OK Google’ sometimes does not work properly when connected to Bluetooth. We are working with Google on this issue.
Too much time taken to take photos with flash
Our camera team is fixing the issue. At the same time we are also optimizing the overall camera experience of POCO to ensure users are completely satisfied
Notifications do not stay in the status bar for longer than 2-3 seconds and get dismissed
We will provide an option in settings, which allows notifications to remain fixed on the status bar. It is under development.
4K 60FPS recording
Development is now complete. We are working on some performance optimization before release.
Support for Widevine L1
We are now working with partners for Widevine L1 certification
Walk With POCO
The beginning of the year has started off with lots of interest from POCO fans, especially when it comes to our POCOwalks. With 2 walks under our belt, we are now looking at some other cities where we can come and interact with fans and help them perfect the art of photography on their POCO phones.
Last weekend, we weathered the cold in New Delhi and made our way to the Mehrauli Archaeological Park, home to Qutub Minar and several other amazing ancient monuments. Walking through the ramparts was like tasting a slice of history itself, and our Instagram Star Photographer Fazil Khan ensured everyone had a great time clicking pics and framing some perfect architectural shots. Check out our Delhi Photowalk thread for more details!
BTW, which city should we come to next? Don’t hesitate to shout off in the comments!
Oh, and do join the chatter on our official TG groups and channels!
Official POCO Telegram group
Official Updates Channel
Official Photography group