After Xiaomi recently launched Poco C65, a new budget smartphone “for Generation Z”, other products may soon follow. Hints of a Poco X6 and Poco X6 Pro have been cropping up for weeks now.
The devices will become one in early September 2023 IMEI database Pop up model numbers 2312DRAF3G, 2312DRAF3I and 23122PCD1G are clearly marked here. No device name has been mentioned yet, but it will likely be different Poco X6 models.
Finally one Certification Entry A Indian Standards Authority BIS The pop-up model number 23122PCD1I is mentioned here, which probably hides the Indian version of the Poco X6 Pro. So far, the manufacturer has not officially commented on the devices, but an announcement should be made soon. The Poco X6 series is expected to be launched not only in India but also globally.
Poco X6 Pro with Snapdragon 7s Gen
According to some rumours, the Poco X6 Pro will be the Redmi Note 13 Pro, which Xiaomi recently launched in China. The smartphone has a 6.67 inch AMOLED display one with The refresh rate is 120 Hz. Additionally, it has the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 chip and a high-resolution 200-megapixel main camera.
The regular Poco X6 should probably be one Rebrand des Redmi Note 13 Be that with a slightly smaller one 6,6-Zol-AMOLED-Display and a 108 MP dual camera. Probably something going on under the hood MediaTek Dimension 6080Which is supported by at least 6 GB RAM.
Poco X5 and X5 Pro
The POCO X5 5G is equipped with a 6.67″ AMOLED dot display and offers a refresh rate of 120 Hz. There’s also a thick battery and a strong camera for everyday use.
When will the Poco X6 series be released?
The company has yet to officially comment on the two devices. Current publication rhythms and certification entries suggest an imminent presentation. Similar to the Poco X5 Pro (review), the release should be in early 2024. At least the new Pro model will probably hit the 400 euro mark next year.
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