POCO confirms its presence at MWC 2024

POCO has confirmed its presence at MWC 2024 from 26-29 Feb. The event will take place in Barcelona, Spain. Along with this announcement the company has said “Exciting reveals ahead”. The company has not mentioned the devices that will be launched at the event. We expect the company to launch the POCO F6 smartphone during the event though recent reports suggest that the smartphone can be launched by July 2024 in India. As of now, the company has not mentioned this handset though it has been part of numerous reports.

It can be powered by the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 chipset and can feature a curved display with a metal middle frame. It can support 100W fast charging with a large battery capacity. In the camera department, we can also get to see the IMX9 series main camera at the rear. Reports say that POCO F6 can be a rebranded version of Redmi Note 13 Turbo.

Apart from this, the company is also working on adding a new smartphone to the X6 series. It is rumored to be X6 Neo. It appeared on India’s BIS certification and is tipped to debut next month on the market. Say it F6 or X6 Neo company has remained tight-lipped about its launch or any other key information. Tech Town must be buzzing with the reports around its presence at MWC 2024 and the smartphones that it will bring to the table for the buyers.




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