Pocophone F1 receives February security patches
The Pocophone F1, last year's best budget flagship, is now receiving an update which includes security patches for February 2019. This update weighs more than 550MB, so it's very unlikely that it contains nothing besides the security patches, but as you can see on the Twitter post by Alvin Tse, the developers supposedly rushed to release the patch so much that they didn't have enough time to add to the changelog what else they've included in the update.
The dev team tried their best to rush out the stable build before the weekend (early Mar stable) that they didn't have time to write the full changelog! We clearly have more than security patch update ;) The stable will roll out slowly to ensure no major bugs https://t.co/yCG85b3Szw
— Alvin Tse (@atytse) 08. март 2019.
We do know, however, that this update sadly doesn't include 4K 60fps video recording. This option entered beta testing last week and it should soon come to the Pocophones around the world. Also, Alvin Tse said that the company will release the update gradually to ensure a smooth, bug free experience.