Xiaomi‘s spin-off brand POCO has launched the eagerly awaited POCO X2 in India. It’s the second phone from the company after the wildly successful POCO or Pocophone F1.
So the POCO X2 exists after all. More than a week after being announced as an independent brand from Xiaomi, POCO has revealed that the X2 will be launching soon.
The Redmi K30 models were launched in China December 10. Now, there’s information that suggests the 4G version of the K30 will be available in India — and probably other markets like the Philippines — as a POCO phone.
Just a few days ago, Xiaomi announced that the POCO (Pocophone in other countries like the Philippines) brand will now be an independent one.
Don’t look now, but we could finally be seeing Xiaomi‘s Pocophone sub-brand revived this year.
Starting today, April 16, the most affordable Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 phone has just become cheaper in the Philippines.
Image-quality rating site DxOMark has finally reviewed the Pocophone F1. And the verdict might not be what Apple fanboys want to hear.
The global list of top-performing Android phones in Antutu Benchmark for December 2018 has been released. And unsurprisingly, the Kirin 980-powered Huawei Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, and Mate 20 X phones reign supreme in the rankings overall.
The Xiaomi Pocophone F1 was one of the company’s most exciting and well-received devices released this year that we’ve included it as a nominee at the Revü Awards 2018. Notably, it made headlines as the cheapest Snapdragon 845-based phone in the market, with the Pocophone F1 starting at P17,990 (roughly $341) in the Philippines.
The Pocophone F1, otherwise known as the Poco F1 in India, launched with much fanfare in August. After all, the first product offering from Xiaomi’s sub-brand was and still is the cheapest smartphone powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor.
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