In recent times a lot has been said about new products from the Xiaomi ecosystem that are launched under its various brands. Often, this renaming only happens to place the same products in different markets, even though there is no specific market for each brand. Now the same has happened with the POCO M2 Pro. This model has just been launched and appears as a recreation of the Redmi Note 9 Pro.
There are, however, details that make the difference. Then discover the new POCO M2 Pro.
POCO M2 Pro, the Redmi Note 9 Pro renamed
Xiaomi, through its sub-brand POCO, has just introduced the POCO M2 Pro. It is a model very similar to the Indian version of the Redmi Note 9 Pro, launched in late April, but with slight adjustments.
In fact, with this new model and in view of the presentation, POCO intends to compete directly with realme. In this specific case with realme 6 Pro.
It is clear that the company wanted to bring news and it is not a faithful copy of the Redmi model. In this new POCO there is an improved design. There is also a faster charging, at 33W and there is an improved vibration motor, called Shocker Haptics.
With regard to the cameras, there is nothing new to point out. The module consists of the same four sensors.
- Display: LCD 6.67 ″ FHD + (2400 x 1080), with cutout for the front camera
- Processor: Qualcoom Snapdragon 720G
- RAM: 4 GB or 6 GB
- Storage: 64 GB or 128 GB + microSD card
- Main camera: 48MP + 8MP + 5MP + 2MP
- Front camera: 16MP
- Fingerprint sensor: yes (side)
- Battery: 5020mAh, with 33W fast charging technology.
- Audio Jack: Yes
- Bluetooth 5.0
Pricing and availability
The POCO M2 Pro was created with the Indian market in mind and the most affordable model starts to sell for around € 165.76 (Rs. 13.999). Arrives on July 14 to stores.
In addition, there is no forecast that it will be placed in other markets.