- The POCO C65 is an upcoming affordable phone from the brand.
- The device was recently spotted on the FCC certification website.
- This affordable smartphone is tipped to be a rebrand of the Redmi 13C.
POCO is gearing up to launch a new smartphone in the affordable C series soon. It looks like the brand could launch its new entry-level POCO C65 smartphone globally soon as we have spotted the device on multiple certification sites thus far and today, the device has been spotted on the TDRA certification website, confirming the model number as well as the phone’s moniker.
A few weeks back, the POCO C65 was spotted on the FCC website and previously, it was also spotted on the IMEI database 一 hinting at an imminent launch. Now, the device has been listed on the TDRA Certification. Here is what we know so far about the device, which will be the successor to the POCO C55.
POCO C65 Launch Expected to Launch Soon
The upcoming entry-level POCO handset has been listed on the TDRA website with the “2310FPCA4G” model number and the same site also confirms the moniker as “POCO C65”. The G at the end of the model number indicates that this is the Global variant of the device, which means this affordable phone could make its debut outside of India and China. The phone’s manufacturer is listed as “Xiaomi Communications Co., Ltd.” on the website.
Further, the site does not reveal any specifications or features of the device. However, going by this listing and some previous leaks, this device could be a 4G device. Moreover, the Indian variant is said to have a “2310FPCA4I” model number. Based on the limited information we have from the previous coverages, the POCO C65 could run on MIUI 14 skin on top of the Android 13 OS. The phone is expected to pack support for LTE, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and NFC.
Further, the POCO C65 is rumoured to be a rebrand of Redmi 13C, which is yet to be announced. We can expect the design of POCO C65 to be similar to the Redmi sibling with some slight modifications. Both devices are expected to feature a triple rear camera setup on the back with a 50MP primary snapper.