Xiaomi POCO C50 is set to launch at the end of November


POCO C40

Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, is working on several smartphones at the moment. Before the year ends, the company will release devices in all segments. Recall that Xiaomi released the POCO C40 in June this year. Recently, POCO India announced that it will launch the new POCO C50 in the last week of November. This means that the company will upgrade the POCO C series every six months.

POCO C50

At the moment, there is no official information from POCO regarding this device. Nevertheless, in a press conference, the company claims that the POCO C50 will be the “king of the price-performance ratio”. Xiaomi also claims that the “overall package” will offer a “star-level camera performance. In addition, the company promises an “immersive multimedia experience” as well as “long battery life and stylish design”.

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POCO C50 is a decent entry-level smartphone

All these promises appear to be too much for an entry level smartphone. However, in a few days, we will see what the company has to offer. In October of this year, POCO C50 appeared on Google Play’s list of supported devices. The device appeared with model number 220733SPI and uses the codename “snow”. The same model has also appeared in the IMEI database before. From the model code point of view, POCO C50 may be a rebranded version of Redmi A1+. The latter also comes with the code name, Snow.

POCO C40

The Redmi A1+ uses a 6.52-inch HD+ water drop screen. Under the hood, this device comes with a MediaTek Helio A22 processor. It also comes with an Android 12 Go Edition system. Another selling point of this smartphone is its decent 5000mAh battery that supports 10W charging. In terms of price, the Redmi A1+ is a really cheap smartphone. This device comes with an $85 starting price. At the moment, we can not tell whether the Redmi C50 will have a similar starting price.

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