While Poco has become one of the most popular smartphone businesses in the budget sector and still offers some of the toughest value for money, products such as the Poco X2 are threatening to squander its well-established position.
Since it first encountered numerous delays with the Android 11 upgrade, the phone has been a source of concern to its people and now has been transformed into agony because of a number of severe flaws and problems at once.
The infamous downgrade bug from Widevine came soon after, as though the current problems were not enough. But you can see, the above issues are not particularly disruptive and maybe somewhat accustomed to. Another common problem exists, though, which is supposed to be hardware-related and causes the back camera of the Poco X2 to cease working altogether.
And now, more gasoline is being added to the fire with recent upgrades (MIUI 12.5) by Poco X2 users on the touch screen. These problems range from a poor reaction to a failure to work. Responsibility is not the only concern, however, because numerous complaints also include ghost contact difficulties and scrolling troubles.
Similar answers have also been supplied to those with failing cameras so that the two problems are not excluded.
It is difficult to determine whether the camera and the touch screen are connected to the hardware. This is because many people said they started to follow specific developments. However, support answers requesting for a replacement of a motherboard seem to indicate difficult hardware.