Poco is bringing its C-series to Global markets. The brand took it to Twitter to announce the global launch date for the Poco C40 which is June 16. The Poco C40 has been in news for a while now, and also, the brand had recently confirmed the moniker of the device in a community forum post. The upcoming Poco C40 will be an entry-level smartphone and will likely be Poco’s cheapest device to date for the global markets.
Ahead of the launch, Poco has also started revealing some of the key specifications of its upcoming C-series handset. The brand, via the social media teasers, has confirmed that the upcoming Poco C40 will be equipped with a 6000mAh battery unit. Poco has also revealed the back panel design of the upcoming handset and as per a teaser, the handset will offer a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Going by the teaser, it appears that Poco will continue with its signature design language and the device will have a huge rectangular island around the camera module which will also house the Poco branding in big font. Poco has also confirmed the Poco Yellow colour variant for the upcoming Poco C40.
Poco C40: Expected Specifications
The Poco C40, with model number 220333QPG, was earlier spotted on the NBTC certification website. The model number of the Poco C40 is the same as that of the Redmi 10C (known as Redmi 10 in India). To those unaware, the Redmi 10C Global variant carries the model number 220333QAG.
Based on the similarity in the model number, it appears that the upcoming Poco C40 could be a rebranded Redmi 10C with some changes under the hood. To recall, the Redmi 10C features a 6.7-inch HD+ LCD display with 400nits brightness and a waterdrop notch. The handset offers a 50MP primary camera and a 2MP depth sensor.
The Redmi 10C is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 processor. However, the Poco C40 is said to ditch the Snapdragon chipset from its Redmi counterpart for the JR510 SoC.
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