Anyone wondering why xiaomi keep on rebranding redmi to poco. It's simple coz redmi is now exclusive to amazon india. So to get customers from flipkart they are rebranding devices to poco as poco is exclusive to flipkart india.
Mediatek, 06 Oct 2020Mediatek makes me puke! yackEvery entry level soc is bad, Mediatek aswell as Unisoc or Snapdragon (665 as an example, terrible soc) while the higher end Mediatek socs are very nice in use. Love my Helio G90t power phone, haven't encountered anything that's challenging enough to make it lag or stutter.
booby, 06 Oct 2020Why make such a big display and choose 720p resolution? Either use a smaller display or up the... moreLol.. Xiaomi cs are the only brand who don't have smaller variant phone. Almost their phone are big, bulky, heavy. The Redmi segment which doesn't have "Note" name also has big display. Not all people like big, thick, and heavy phone. That's why Apple creates new iPhone 12 series with some size variant. Other top Android makers also have some variant which have smaller display and slimmer body.
This is a endurance phone, it should maybe not have the name Poco... Maybe Powa to hint at its amazing battery combined with power efficient chip & 720p display?
Who cares about most affordable poco phone when it is same as Redmi 9C with only difference of a ir plaster.
Poco started up as a flagship killer for under 300 euro a flagship cpu. Now they are same as any other and have nothing special. Making more and more models under the name in different class makes no sense if they are just with poco name instead of a redmi. Nobody is buying Poco for it's brand name cause it's a ugly name. I would buy Poco only for low price and good specs but now days they have nothing special on specs to go with them
Glad it exists. A good phone. Decent specs. And affordable for those hit by economical factors regarding the coronavirus.
add $15 more and you'll get redmi 9 with better specs than this lol
- helio g80, fingerprint sensor & full hd display
AnonD-945200, 06 Oct 2020rebranded cr@pWhy do you care if it's rebranded when they're all under Xiaomi? Like what's the point
Well, I guess these cheapo things are indeed a necesity, That is, the discardable phones you see at convenience stores and sidewalk vendors, also need some variety,
Is it another phone with ads like its "parent" redmi 9c? Supposedly there ads pop up randomly and constantly which is annoying. If so - is there any option to turn them off for good or does any update bring them back if one manages to turn them off?