A third model of the Pocophone brand for the year 2020 has been unveiled and is also very similar to the products we have already received from the parent company Xiaomi - But that does not really mean that it is worth eulogizing its potential ahead of time
After a year devoid of news and innovations, the young Poco brand is home To be accurate (Xiaomi) came to life in a big way during the year 2020. We are only in July and already get a third big launch under this name - the Poco M2 Pro which is supposed to provide strong competition at prices that stand around the threshold of 1,000 shekels.
The Poco X2 was an alternative version of the Chinese Redmi K30, The Poco F2 Pro instantly became one of the most accessible Snapdragon 865 models As a twin brother of the Redmi K30 Pro, and now the Poco M2 Pro comes with a specification that is a kind of combination between the Redmi Note 9S and Redmi Note 9 Pro that are already sold in our local market. Will it have a right to exist in the tight space that exists between these models? Feel free to judge for yourself.
The Poco M2 Pro features a 6.67-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 2,400 × 1,080 pixels and a compact 'hole' socket for a 16-megapixel selfie camera, Gorilla Glass 5 protective cover and a declared brightness of 480 nits along with HDR10 support for separate content High. Inside the case you will find the chip The efficient octagonal Snapdragon 720G, fast 2.1GB or 64GB UFS 128 storage along with 4GB or 6GB of LPDDR4X memory, system Android 10 with MIUI 11 interface above it, 3.5mm slot for headphones, microSD card support for available storage expansion, connectivity Wi-Fi Dual-channel 802.11ac, built-in infrared transmitter, Fingerprint scanner Built-in on / off button, P2i protection for internal hardware designed to protect them slightly better from water - and a square main photo array with a main 48-megapixel sensor and 8-megapixel, 5-megapixel and 2-megapixel wide-angle photos , Macro photography and depth sensing respectively.
Looking at the specs and feeling that this is a perfect replica of the Redmi Note 9S? Well, you're almost entirely right - the Poco M2 Pro has two significant advantages over the popular mid-range version of Shiomi itself, with chip NFC Internal and support for fast 33-watt wired charging for the internal 5,000mAh battery (which should complete over 50 percent of capacity in half an hour), compared to charging only 18 watts on the Note 9S.
Poco M2 Pro will be offered in black, blue or purple in the Indian market first, through the popular Flipkart network in the giant country, starting next week - at prices starting at 14,000 rupees (about 186 dollars and about 650 shekels in direct conversion) to a version with 64GB for storage and 4GB Of dynamic memory and reach up to 17,000 rupees (about 226 dollars and about 790 shekels) for a model with 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM.
Is the Poco M2 Pro about to become a hot local alternative with prices that are similar or perhaps even cheaper than those of the Redmi Note 9S models and winking technological advantages that can currently only be found in the Redmi Note 9 Pro models? This is a question for which we do not have an answer yet. On the one hand The Poco F2 Pro arrived in the country quickly And has become one of the hottest devices in the category with prices that are cheaper than NIS 500 compared to the closest direct competitor based on the same sophisticated processing chip, while on the other hand The Poco X2 Never landed in the Holy Land despite the competitive specs in relation to the price tag - we will keep our fingers crossed that there are clear international expansion plans for the fresh Poco M2 Pro, but on the other hand we were not really surprised to find that it is another model aimed exclusively at the growing Indian market.