Poco C40 launch date and prices have been revealed


Poco is scheduled to release the Poco C40, another C-series device, in the global market. The company revealed the handset on its Twitter account on June 16, which will be live-streamed on the company’s official YouTube channel and other social media accounts.

According to Gizbot, The next Poco C40 will have a large 6,000 mAh battery, according to the company. A square-shape camera module and a hardware fingerprint sensor will be available on the back of the phone. The handset will also run Android 12 with the MIUI 13 custom skin, according to the FCC listing. Other aspects, on the other hand, are still unknown.

It is, nevertheless, predicted to be a cost-effective model. As a result, we can fairly presume it will be running a Snapdragon or MediaTek entry-level SoC. In addition, the device is most likely to include an LCD display.

Redmi 10C rebranded as Poco C40?


The Poco C40 was previously discovered on the NBTC certification website under the model number 220333QPG, which is nearly identical to the Redmi 10C. (model number 220333QAG). As a result, there’s a potential that the impending Poco C40 will be a renamed Redmi 10C. This suggests that the Poco C40 will have the same features as the Redmi 10C, with a few minor differences.

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The Xiaomi Redmi 10C features a 6.7-inch HD+ LCD display with 400nits of brightness and a waterdrop notch that houses the front camera sensor. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 octa-core processor powers the Redmi 10C. The handset has a dual camera arrangement with a 50MP primary camera and a 2MP depth sensor for imaging. For those who aren’t aware, the Redmi 10C is available in India as the Redmi Note 10.

Last month, the Poco C40 appear on the NBTC, BIS, and FCC certification sites. As a result, we anticipate its arrival on the Indian market in the near future. The Poco C31, which was available last year, is currently available for purchase in India. The handset starts at Rs. 8,999 ($115) for the base 3GB + 32GB variant, and goes up to Rs. 9,999 for the high-end 4GB + 64GB model.

Recently, a live photo of the Poco F4 smartphone has been leaked. The camera design is familiar with the latest Redmi flagships, but the inscription indicates that the resolution of the main sensor will be 64 megapixels. According to rumors, Poco F4 was in plans to be a clone of Redmi K40S, but it uses a 48MP sensor. So Poco F4 will not be a complete clone of the Redmi device.

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