Xiaomi spin-off brand Poco unveiled its second smartphone, the Poco X2, in India, rejuvenating its play in the nation’s growing device market.
At a launch event, Poco announced the X2 will be available on 11 February priced INR15,999 ($224.77) for the basic 64GB version. A 128GB model will cost INR16,999 and a 256GB variant INR19,999.
Embedded in the Poco X2 is the top-end Qualcomm 7-series chip and Snapdragon 730G processor, coupled with 6GB or 8GB RAM.
It features a 6.67-inch, 1080p display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. It is capable of displaying HDR quality and has a max brightness level of 500 nits.
A quad-camera system on the rear offers 64MP, 8MP, and 2MP plus 2MP lenses, with 20MP and 2MP modules on the front.
Other features include a liquid cooling system and 4500mAh battery. The device is packed with a 27W plug for fast charging. Colour options are blue, purple and red.
When first launched, the Poco sub-brand was pitched as offering high-spec smartphones at affordable prices. The Pocophone F1 featured a Snapdragon 845 processor and dual-cameras, and retailed at INR20,999 for the standard 64GB version.Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back