Price check: Poco F2 Pro available from 405 euros

Some retailers significantly undercut the official retail price of Xiaomi’s new 5G smartphone Poco F2 Pro. This does not only apply to offers from China.

Xiaomi announced the Poco F2 Pro 5G smartphone for 499 euros about two months ago. However, this price was only valid for a short time. A little later, Xiaomi asked 599 euros for the Poco F2 Pro in his German online shop. The company is now offering the smartphone for just under € 530 after some criticism of the price increase had sparked.

Poco F2 Pro: Display (screenshot: ZDNet.de)

But not only at Xiaomi, the Poco F2 Pro is currently relatively cheap to buy. With a price of 405 euros, it is on offer at Gearbest, for example. Since it is shipped from a French warehouse, the delivery time is five to 10 working days compared to an order from China.

Gearbest: Poco F2 Pro for 405 euros (screenshot: ZDNet.de)

You get the Poco F2 Pro even faster Amazon. Those who order today should be able to hold it in their hands on the same day. But at 450 euros, it also costs a little more than Gearbest. You can get the Poco F2 Pro on Ebay just as quickly as on Amazon. There it is offered via the discount code “PFIFFIGER” for currently 411 euros.

Poco F2 Pro: Thanks to a retractable camera, no notch or punch hole disturbs the display of content (Image: Xiaomi)Poco F2 Pro: Thanks to a retractable camera, no notch or punch hole disturbs the display of content (Image: Xiaomi)

Poco F2 Pro: equipment

The Poco F2 Pro is equipped with a 6.67-inch Amoled display that shows content completely thanks to a retractable front camera. The smartphone is powered by a Snapdragon 865, currently the most powerful SoC for Android– phones. The main camera is based on the 64-megapixel sensor IMX686 from Sony. The smartphone has two VoLTE-capable nano SIM slots. Dual standby is only possible on the basis of 4G. With N77 (3.7 GHz) and N78 (3.5 GHz), the Poco F2 Pro supports two frequency bands that are used in Germany to set up 5G networks. However, it does not offer support for the N1 (2.1 GHz, UMTS) and N28 (700 MHz, formerly DVB-T) bands, which should also be used in the future to expand the 5G network.

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