Almost a month ago, POCO’s Global Spokesperson, Angus Kai Ho Ng hinted at the arrival of a new POCO device. Later, a device carrying POCO branding got certified in EEC. Now, the same device has received Singapore’s IMDA certification suggesting an Asia launch.
The latest tip comes from Mukul Sharma who shared a screenshot of the certification. Accordingly, IMDA’s database shows the model number as M2010J19CG. This is similar to the earlier EEC certification and also resembles a similar device under Redmi branding. If we recall, a device with similar model number M2010J19SC got certified in China’s MIIT
Later, the same device got China’s 3C certification which showed support for 22.5W fast charging. We feel that these two should be the same device as usually C, G in Xiaomi’s model number indicates China, and Global respectively. Sadly, the rest of the details about the device are a mystery as of now. Having said that, the same M2010J19SC is likely to carry the “Redmi Note 9” name in China.
Reports say that Xiaomi will launch three new devices under Redmi Note 9 series in China soon. One of them is likely to be a 4G variant which explains why Poco has rebranded it considering the new device is speculated to be a mid-range smartphone. Accordingly, the earlier MIIT certification also revealed the same with network support up to LTE for the device(M2010J19SC).
POCO hasn’t brought the budget M, C series outside of India as they are already rebranded Redmi devices. Its current mid-range device in Europe is POCO X3. That said, currently, it looks like the new POCO device will debut sometime in early December and launch Globally in Pakistan, Singapore, and Europe as well.
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