After the success and high appreciation of Xiaomi Poco F1, the country was eagerly waiting for its successor to approach the Indian mobile market. Finally, Poco India’s General Manager Manmohan Chandolu revealed the most awaited part of the information. As per his statement, Poco is all set to launch its new device by March this year.
As revealed by him the brand will do full justice to the price of the phone by giving “high-end SoCs” and “large amounts of RAM”. Poco’s upcoming venture will not down on the expectations of its loyal players.
The upcoming version is going to still rely on MIUI for Poco.
GM Poco also revealed that Poco’s new venture will rely on Xiaomi’s robust supply chain and will preferably store user data in Xiaomi’s data centers. Smartphone’s after-sales services is also done through Xiaomi’s outlets.
At an initial stage, Poco is determined to use online space but is thinking to plot its outlets in the country. For now, Chandolu denied commenting on the Poco’s global scope by just saying that Poco right now is focused on making a mark in India Market and its international expansion will take more time and thus be discussed later.