POCO, a mid-range smartphone line under Xiaomi, introduced its C40 smartphone globally on Thursday, less than ten days after its Vietnamese subsidiary revealed the handset.
POCO, a spin-off smartphone brand of Xiaomi, has announced its official entry into the Japanese market. An official account entitled "POCO Japan" has appeared on Twitter, and it has announced that a device called the "Flagship Killer" will be launched on June 23.
Poco India has been drumming up interest in its new Poco F4 5G smartphone for several days. The company confirmed that the new phone will support 12GB LPDDR5 RAM, equipped with a Snapdragon 870 core and UFS 3.1 storage.
POCO, a spin-off brand of Chinese consumer electronics giant Xiaomi that is focused on overseas markets, announced Friday it will introduce its first smart watch on the launch conference on April 26.
POCO, an independent brand born out of Xiaomi, launched its POCO X4 Pro 5G and POCO M4 Pro on Monday night.
Xiaomi spin-off brand Poco announced it will launch its latest midrange smartphone, the M2 Pro, on Flipkart exclusively for the Indian market on July 14, starting at 13,999 rupees ($185).
Xiaomi has attracted a lot of fans around the world thanks to its price and specs, and in 2020 it has rolled out some of the best new phones for every need and budget.
On February 4, smartphone brand POCO officially launched its first flagship phone, the POCO X2 in India, the first new model by POCO after its spin-off from Xiaomi.
Xiaomi launched POCO in 2018 as a premium smartphone brand expected to take on competitors like OnePlus and Samsung on the global stage.
Xiaomi is set to unveil its first smartphone under the POCO by Xiaomi sub-brand in New Delhi, India on August 22. Branded as “Master of Speed”, the new POCO F1 is said to share many features of the flagship Xiaomi Mi 8.