Poco has been having a productive 2020,launching half a dozen phones under its brand since February. The Product Marketing Manager and Global Spokesperson of the company now took it to Twitter and announced the company doesn’t plan to stop there.
And right on cue an unannounced Poco phone was certified with the Euroasian Economic Commission – the model number M2010J19SC is completely unknown, meaning the new Poco won’t be a global version of a currently existing Xiaomi device.
Been quiet for a while….🔇
It’s almost near end of the year….
Just want to say.
— Angus Kai Ho Ng (@anguskhng) October 13, 2020
However, the model number looks a lot like a Xiaomi device, so we shouldn’t act surprised if the new Poco is actually a global version of an upcoming – like the yet to be announced Redmi Note 10.
The brand tries to differentiate itself from Xiaomi, but at the same time it uses the same factories and supply chains so some overlapping is inevitable.
Poco phone certified at the EEC
According to one rumor, the Redmi Note 10 will come with Snapdragon 750G chipset, a 108MP camera, and 33W fast-charging.
We will be on the lookout for more clues from Poco and will keep you updated.