A few years ago, Xiaomi launched a new brand, POCO. With this step, an attempt was made to conquer the international market. And the first model under this brand was considered the cheapest smartphone with the most powerful Snapdragon chip of that time. This was a pretty smart move and Xiaomi benefited a lot. But then it separated the Redmi brand. And it seemed like the traces of Redmi and POCO were crossed. Many hurried to say goodbye to POCO. Earlier this month, Xiaomi officially announced that the POCO brand is back. The next generation smartphone from this series will be the POCO F2 Pro. Today is the planned day when this amazing handset will be launched.
Why did we call POCO and Redmi back in the same context? The answer is simple: both focus on the cost-effective aspect of a smartphone. So does it make sense to have two brands with the same purpose? Even if so, they will be identical in many ways. And the upcoming POCO F2 Pro couldn't avoid this happiness. It was viewed as an international variant of the Redmi K30 Pro.
The kick-off event begins at 12:00 UTC. Here is the link you can follow to see the live conference.
As for the main features, we said that most are identical to the Redmi K30 Pro. Users can expect the same 6.67-inch AMOLED display without a frame with a pop-up camera mechanism for the selfie shooter. On the back is a circular quad camera array that is directed by a 64 megapixel shooter. According to the report, the POCO F2 will be available in 128 GB and 256 GB of internal storage, and we expect up to 8 GB of RAM to complete the package.
The Poco F2 Pro in the version with 128 GB memory costs 570 euros (approx. 615 US dollars), while earlier rumors say that this phone would cost almost 100 euros more, namely 649 euros (approx. 700 US Dollar). It follows that the 8/256 GB version costs less than 749 euros.