It has been a while since Poco launched a smartphone for Indian consumers. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer is now working on a new smartphone dubbed the Poco M4 Pro. The device is set to launch globally on November 9, which is next week. The India launch is said to follow the global release. Also Read - Xiaomi to launch MIUI 13 based on Android 12 in December: Report
A lot have been revealed about the upcoming 5G Poco smartphone so far. Official teasers have revealed that that Poco M4 Pro 5G will come packed with an ultra-fast processor, fast charging capabilities, and more. The device has now been spotted on benchmarking site Geekbench now with some of the key specifications. Notably, this isn’t the first time that we have seen the smartphone appearing on benchmarking site. Also Read - Poco might be planning to launch a rebranded Redmi G series laptop: Check details
Poco M4 Pro specifications
As per the latest Geekbench listing, that the upcoming smartphone will be powered by either MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC or Dimensity 700 SoC. The benchmark listing also revealed that the Poco M4 Pro will come packed with 8GB RAM and run on Android 11software out-of-the-box. Also Read - Smartphones launched this week: Lava Agni, Poco M4 Pro and more
Previously, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer revealed via an official teaser that the Poco M4 Pro will come packed with 33W fast charging support. Details around camera, display and battery have not been revealed yet.
The company has officially confirmed to release the Poco M4 Pro in the global market next week on November 9. The India launch date hasn’t been revealed yet, but rumours suggest that it could be around later this month.
Poco M4 Pro India release
There are rumours which suggest that the Poco M4 Pro is actually the global version of the Redmi Note 11, which launched in China last month. On the other hand, the Redmi Note 11 is said to release as the Redmi Note 11T in India. So, there are some confusions here, which we believe both Poco and Redmi should be able to acknowledge in the days to come.
Mostly we have seen Redmi phones get rebranded in India as Poco phones. So, it could be possible that Redmi Note 11 will come has Poco M4 Pro in India while the Redmi Note 11T will be a completely refreshed device.