Xiaomi offshoot Pocophone, known as Poco in India, has launched a total of seven smartphones until now under its X, F, and M series. On October 6, Poco will start the new C series with the launch of Poco C3.
The Poco C3 will be unveiled next Tuesday at 12PM IST (6:30AM UTC) in India and will feature three or four rear cameras.
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Poco hasn't divulged any specs of the C3 yet, but the smartphone is rumored to be a rebranded Redmi 9C, and if that turns out to be true, you'll get a Helio G35 SoC, 6.53" HD+ LCD, and a 5,000 mAh battery charging at up to 10W through a microUSB port.
The Redmi 9C features a total of four cameras - a 5MP selfie shooter on the front and a triple camera setup on the back comprising a 13MP primary, 2MP macro, and 2MP depth sensor units.
You can head this way to check out the detailed specs of the Redmi 9C. There's also an NFC version which drops the 2MP depth camera but retains the rest of the specs of the regular model.
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