Back in August, Xiaomi unveiled a new phone and brand for the Indian market that it now dominates. The Pocophone F1 features a 6.2-inch LCD screen carrying a resolution of 1080 x 2246. Under the hood is the current top-of-the-line Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform, and the phone is equipped with 6/8GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB/256GB of native storage. The device features an AI dual camera setup in back, a 20MP front-facing camera, and a 4000mAh battery. Pricing starts as shockingly low as the equivalent of $300 USD.
While the device is not being offered in the U.S., the phone's Poco Launcher can be installed from the Google Play Store where the app will soon be out of beta. Any phone running Android 5.0 and up can load the app, and over half a million devices have installed it to date. Some of the features include a way to group your apps by color coding, making them faster to find. Apps can also be grouped by category automatically, or you can create custom groups to help find them.
If you don't want bystanders or nosy individuals to find out which apps are on your phone, the launcher can hide app icons. This way, nobody will be able to tell that you're using Facebook, or Snapchat. All apps are placed in the app drawer, giving your home screen a clean, uncluttered look. And the Poco Launcher does away with fancy (but useless) animations to help make it run fast.
If interested in giving the Xiaomi developed Poco Launcher a shot, click on the sourcelink below.