POCO Stylus and Tablet Keyboard Appeared On IMDA After POCO Tablet

Xiaomi is nowadays gearing up for the launch of POCO‘s first tablet that has already received EEC certification. A few days ago a stylus under the POCO brand name appeared on FCC with the model number “2407CMPBCG”. And now once again this stylus has been spotted on a certification website. It has been spotted on the IMDA certification website along with a tablet keyboard with model number “24071KB3FG” and under the same brand name POCO. It means the upcoming POCO tablet will not be seen alone but will come with a stylus and keyboard at some additional cost as it happens. The listing does not reveal anything as such but does point toward its near launch in the market.

 

As far as the POCO tablet is concerned it was recently found listed on FCC with the model number 2405CPCFBG. And listing confirmed that the tablet will run HyperOS 1.0. It also confirmed the support for WiFi 6 and 33W charging support by its listing. In the camera department, it will come with an 8MP camera on the rear with Electronic Image Stabilization and f/2.0 aperture and an 8MP camera with f/2.3 aperture on the front side confirmed by the Camera FV-5 database. The POCO’s first tablet is said to be the rebranded version of Redmi Pad Pro that has already appeared on SDPPIFCC, IMDA, NRRA, and TDRA.




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