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Poco F2 Teased in New Video, Likely to Be Powered by Snapdragon 732G

Poco F2 Teased in New Video, Likely to Be Powered by Snapdragon 732G

In 2018 Xiaomi challenged the status quo with Poco F1, a flagship device with an affordable price tag. The Poco F1 was much more affordable than the OnePlus and ended up as an instant hit. Fast forward to 2021, and the company has teased Poco F2 with a video on Twitter.

Poco M3 Launched with 6.5-inch FHD+ Display, 6,000 mAh Battery; Prices Start at $142

Poco M3 Launched with 6.5-inch FHD+ Display, 6,000 mAh Battery; Prices Start at $142

Xiaomi’s independent-brand Poco has finally launched the M3. Last week the company had teased the device on Twitter and also by the Product Marketing Manager. Poco M3 is price starts at $149, and it comes with a dual-tone finish and a display with FHD+ resolution.

Poco C3 with Triple Rear Camera Launched in India; Prices Start at Rs 7,499 ($102)

Poco C3 with Triple Rear Camera Launched in India; Prices Start at Rs 7,499 ($102)

Lately, we have been seeing a lot of new devices from Xiaomi’s sub-brand Poco. Now the company has launched Poco C3 in India. The latest affordable device comes in two variants, and prices start at Rs 7,499. It will be available from October 16 and will debut on Flipkart.

Poco X3 NFC Launched with Snapdragon 732G, Quad Rear Camera, Prices Start at €229 ($270)

Poco X3 NFC Launched with Snapdragon 732G, Quad Rear Camera, Prices Start at €229 ($270)

Xiaomi’s sub-brand Poco has launched the Poco X3 globally. The Poco X3 comes with class-leading specifications and an attractive price point. Poco X2 was launched early this year, and now the Poco X3 has been announced via a virtual event.

POCO M2 Pro Goes Official in India with Snapdragon 720G, Quad-Camera, 5,000mAh Battery

POCO M2 Pro Goes Official in India with Snapdragon 720G, Quad-Camera, 5,000mAh Battery

POCO unveiled a new mid-range smartphone—POCO M2 Pro —today. The smartphone made its debut in India, but we expect it to reach other markets over the next few months. The phone is based on the Redmi Note 9 Pro, which was launched earlier this year. There’s a slight change in the design but skimps on the primary camera in comparison. Let us have a look at its features, specs, and pricing.