Will Poco X2 be a rebranded Redmi K30 4G? This is what it may cost and speculated featuresJanuary 24, 2020
Yes, Poco is alive and it’s coming back for another stint that’s the big news in the world of smartphones and technology this month. Poco will exist as a spin-off brand for Xiaomi in India and it will continue to come with affordable phones that use flagship-grade specifications. We know this much about Poco so far from the official sources but these days, leaked information says more about a company’s launch than the official sources.
Of late, a few rumours about a new Poco device have been doing rounds on the web and from what it seems, Poco is set to follow a multi-device strategy this year. While a successor to the Poco F1 is still unknown, rumours now suggest that Poco might be launching a new affordable handset under a different series name. It will be called the Poco X2 and based on some benchmark leaks, it could be based on a phone that we already know a lot.
Poco X2: What we know about it so far
The Poco X2 is a phone that’s expected to be more affordable than the F series phones. Previous leaks have shown a midrange device with slightly older design trends, with a smaller dot drop notch in the display. Now, it seems that it will be based on a phone that’s already out in China since a few weeks the Redmi K30.
A Geekbench listing has revealed a new Poco device carrying the same code name as the Redmi K30 4G variant in China. While the listing doesn’t reveal anything else, it gives us a fair idea about the Poco X2 it could essentially be a rebranded version of the Redmi K30 4G in India.