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International brother of the Redmi K30? The new Poco is another moment here

Original article: The The X2 is set to be unveiled early next week - with medium processing power but many other new capabilities

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It's been a year and a half since the Poco F1 brand of the Pocophone brand was launched from home (Xiaomi) - Two or even three whole generations in advanced market terms at a frantic pace most of the year. Now the heir seems to be around the corner already, and it's time to decide whether that long wait was justified.

Poco's official Twitter account, which has recently become a separate independent division within As part of the growing Indian market, he announced Wednesday 4 February as the intended release date for the Poco X2 model - and now the network is saturated with documentation and reports on the specification of the intriguing product, which will likely be particularly similar to another interesting mid-size model from the parent company.

An official teaser site for the launch that counts time back and guarantees us elaborate display, fast loading, proper processing capabilities and modern photo capabilities - already in the air

The Poco X2 is going to offer us a large 6.67-inch IPS screen with 2,400 × 1,080 pixels resolution, HDR10 support, and a maximum 120 Hz maximum refresh rate that also gives it the slightly puzzled "Be smooth AF" living room, Qualcomm's efficient Snapdragon 730G octagon that supports second, third and fourth generation networks only (no built-in 5G capabilities), 6GB or 8GB dynamic memory, 64GB to 256GB internal storage with additional expandability, system 10 up-to-date, 64-megapixel IMX686 primary photography unit And a handsome 4,500mAh battery with 27W fast charging.

120 Hz screens threaten to become the new default of 2020 - in the high market and the middle market

This specification is very similar to that of the Redmi K30 4G that went on sale in the Chinese market a few days ago - and right now significant changes between the two smartphones seem to amount (if any) to the number and type of photography sensors, the operating system interface and the external design. We are not opposed - if the Poco X2 comes to the Israeli market as the international alternative of this intriguing Chinese smartphone, at a price tag that will be competitive enough to handle all other intermediate models made Who make a force here.

International marketing of the Pocophone devices is still fully responsible for Itself, reportedly, with only the businesses in India becoming an independent division at this time - let's hope this is not something that will negatively impact international launch plans

Are there any other products from home Who are in preparation, or that in 2020 we will only have to make do with one model? We will continue to follow and update you!

updating: An up-to-date (fairly poor-quality) image seems to confirm that the Poco X2 will be completely identical to the Redmi K30 in the exterior as well, including four rear cameras and a pair of front cameras in an elliptical in-screen lot - with a suggested retail price of Rs 19,000 About $ 265 in value, which is actually a lower price than the Poco F1 launch price.

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  1. The first Foucault to come out a year and a half ago had a Snapdragon 845 processor.
    Why a year and a half after a weaker model is released with a weaker processor (the 730) ?!
    It doesn't make sense ...

    1. The information from a qualified source, but not yet fully confirmed.

      Foucault plans to launch 4 devices this year:
      1) Foucault with Snapdragon 765 or MTK Dimensity 800 for under NIS 830.
      2) X Series Foucault with Snapdragon 855+ for NIS 1650.
      3) G-series Gaming Foucault with Snapdragon 865 that will cost NIS 1950 or more.
      4) Foucault X version (special edition)

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