What you need to know
- The POCO M2 Pro will launch in India on July 7.
- It is expected to feature a Snapdragon 720G chipset and quad rear cameras.
- The M2 Pro will be sold exclusively via Flipkart in the country.
POCO will be taking the wraps off a new phone called the M2 Pro in India on July 7. While not much is known about the tech specs of the phone, the teasers released by the company today suggest it will have a similar quad-camera setup on the back as the Redmi Note 9 Pro.
For all those who were on the edge of their seat. It's time to #FeelTheSurge with the #POCOM2Pro.
Arriving on July 7th @ 12 PM. RT if you want to know more: https://t.co/9qDfHgozXT pic.twitter.com/8omQqEHS0rFor all those who were on the edge of their seat. It's time to #FeelTheSurge with the #POCOM2Pro.
Arriving on July 7th @ 12 PM. RT if you want to know more: https://t.co/9qDfHgozXT pic.twitter.com/8omQqEHS0r— POCO India (@IndiaPOCO) July 1, 2020July 1, 2020
In addition to confirming the launch date of the M2 Pro, POCO has also confirmed that its upcoming phone will be sold exclusively via Flipkart in India. A dedicated landing page (opens in new tab) for the POCO M2 Pro on the Flipkart website claims the phone will come with "superfast" charging.
Rumors suggest the POCO M2 Pro will be powered by the same Snapdragon 720G chipset as the Redmi Note 9 Pro. And as suggested by the official teaser above, the M2 Pro may feature a similar-looking quad-camera setup as well. Unfortunately, the rest of the POCO M2 Pro's specs remain unknown at this point.
POCO has launched just one phone in the Indian market this year – the POCO X2. While it launched a new Snapdragon 865-powered flagship phone called the POCO F2 Pro in Europe in May, the company hasn't confirmed plans of launching it in India yet. The last "flagship" phone that POCO launched in India was the F1, which debuted in the country in August 2018.
I read somewhere that it was coming with the Mediatek Helio G85. Snapdragon 720g isnt really a new choice if this is confirmed.
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