Xiaomi will again make lightning speak on July 7: it is indeed next Tuesday that Poco, the mid-range brand of the Chinese manufacturer, will present the M2 Pro.
After an F2 Pro launched in early May and very convincing on paper, Xiaomi will double the bet with the M2 Pro. The Indian subsidiary of the brand confirmed not only the name of the smartphone, but also a presentation on July 7. The device should have to its credit several characteristics worthy of a high-end.
Big power at low cost?
Under the slogan #FeelTheSurge, Poco is already announcing a fast wired recharge of 33 watts. According to the manufacturer’s communication, wireless charging should also be at the rendezvous of power. The chip will of course be a Qualcomm model, without anyone knowing which one. In addition, the manufacturer also promises “incredible” video recording and capabilities, with jellyfish video in support!
The visuals delivered by Poco draw a smartphone equipped with a centered photo block and equipped with four sensors. According to rumors, the manufacturer could be inspired by a Xiaomi device that also has this feature: the Redmi Note 9 Pro. And more specifically, the version released in India which differs somewhat from the model sold elsewhere.
The Indian Redmi Note 9 Pro includes a 6.67 inch Full HD screen, a Snapdragon 720G chip, 4 GB of RAM, four 48, 8.5 and 2 megapixel cameras, a 16 megapixel selfie module, a battery with a capacity of 5.020 mAh with fast recharge of 18 watts. It is on this last point that the M2 Pro should change things.
— #POCOForIndia (@IndiaPOCO) July 1, 2020
There are obviously several points to clarify for Poco. The question of price of course, but also availability. The manufacturer suggests that the M2 Pro will be available from July 7, probably only in India to start.