The rumours surrounding the launch of the upcoming POCO smartphone have been popping up on the internet for quite some time now. Currently, there are two POCO smartphones that are lined up for launch – the POCO F2 Pro, which has already been launched in Europe, and the POCO M2 Pro, a device which has been a mystery so far in terms of specifications and features. Well, though the specifications of the device are still not known, we now have a working clue as to what the company has in store for us for the future. In a recent interview, C Manmohan revealed some critical intel about the company’s plans for the future. Take a look at what Manmohan said in the recent interview.
POCO M2 Pro might launch first, POCO F2 Pro might have to wait
Addressing the POCO fans, C Manmohan revealed a bunch of information about POCO’s upcoming products. Notably, the POCO F2 Pro is not the company’s first priority, at least for now, and it might launch sometime in the future. Manmohan did not deny the possibility of the POCO F2 Pro launching in India, but said that as of now, there were no plans of the launch.
Furthermore, Manmohan said that POCO was surely coming up with a new series of smartphones in India, which could likely start with the POCO M2 Pro smartphone (the POCO M2 Pro has already received the BIS certification, for those curious about it).
Additionally, Manmohan said that POCO devices would not run ads on their software, but the recommendations would indeed be there in the UI. As far as the POCO POP Buds are concerned, he informed everyone that the POCO POP Buds might be a rebranded variant of Xiaomi’s TWS products.
So, this was pretty much all what Manmohan said in the interview and now we have some official confirmation on POCO’s plans for its product launches in India. We already know that POCO is going to launch a new smartphone in the country in the next 20 days or so, and we can expect it to be the POCO M2 Pro smartphone. What are your thoughts on the upcoming POCO M2 Pro? Do let us know in the comments section below.
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