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Poco to launch new smartphone to be rebranded Redmi Note 10


Poco tipped to release a new smartphone in the first half of December fictionally to be rebranded Redmi Note 10.

The Xiaomi sub-brand Poco is supposed to begin releasing a mid-range smartphone worldwide in December. Notwithstanding, features and detail about its are not clear.

This comes in talk with an up-to-date tweet by the company’s product marketing manager and Angus Kai Ho Ng, a global spokesperson who had previously teased there will be a unique new Poco smartphone at the end of this year.

It is fictionally to be said that the aforementioned smartphone will be a rebranded Redmi Note 10.

Mid-range smartphones to be available globally

Tipster Mukul Sharma tweeted that if everything goes as planned, a new Poco device will likely be launched globally in the first half of December.

This handset will be available and distributed worldwide, and the tipster quotes no information on the India launch. In response to one of the commenters, the tipster bestowed that this Poco phone appears in a middle range.

In the first half of October, the marketing manager of Xiamoi’s Poco and global spokesperson Angus Kai Ho Ng ridiculed that a different but new Poco smartphones will be released before the end of this year 2020.

Meanwhile, a Poco phone with model number M2010J19CG was detected on the Russian certification site EEC. The new smartphone is assumed to be a rebrand version of a Redmi Note 10 phone.

Rebranded Redmi Note 10

Recently, a phone considered to be the Redmi Note 10 4G was recognized on the China Compulsory Certificate (3C) website with model number M2010J19SC. This phone will debut in global markets with model number M2010J19CG, which belongs to a Poco smartphone.

Poco had recently launched the Poco C3 in India, an insignificantly twitched variety of the Redmi 9C launched in Malaysia.

In India, Ere took the Poco X3 in September, and it was a somewhat alternative of the Poco X3 NFC that was launched in the European markets in the same month. This implies the forthcoming smartphone may also be a rebranded Redmi smartphone.

Already it had launched a Poco F2 Pro and a midrange POCO X3 NFC globally. On the other hand, India is working with a different strategy in mind. It recently launched the POCO X3 with an adjusted 6,000mAh battery pack.

Additionally, Country Director of POCO, Anuj Sharma, said that POCO devices in India are better than the Redmi counterparts despite being rebranded.

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