Poco F2: Xiaomi’s Poco F2 passes the EEC Certification

Freshly Xiaomi has shown up with a new phone from its sub-brand POCO. A new POCO phone has seen on a website of Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) with model number M2004J11G. However the name of the phone has not revealed yet, we can expect it to be POCO F2 as the company has been teasing POCO F2’s launch lately. Apart from the model number, the specification of the phone has not specified yet but we heard something from rumours.

POCO F2 Leaks

This Smartphone is assumed to be the latest flagship Pocophone. This Smartphone was registered on 31 March and was named POCO as we are aware of the recent news about Xiaomi sequel POCO as an independent brand under it. But according to the rumours, the Poco F2 is expected to have a 6.21 inch IPS LCD display and will run the Android 10 operating system. Under the hood, it is rumoured to power by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Chipset and coupled with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB onboard storage also 5G support. The POCO F2 is expected to have a dual-SIM smartphone that will hold Nano-SIM cards.

The trademark has also said that Xiaomi will not launch Mi 10 as well as the Mi 10 Pro in the Indian market. If releasing POCO F2 is true, surely this will be quite exciting. It took quite a long time for POCO in preparation for the successor smartphone Pocophone F1. The Sub Brand of Xiaomi is likely to launch the Xiaomi POCO F2 later this year.

POCO F2 EEC Certification


Rumours also reveal that POCO F2 will be rebranded form of K30 Pro, but since the company has been teasing POCO F2 recently and has confirmed it will not be rebranded form of Redmi K30 Pro. So, we can expect POCO F2 to be distinct than Redmi K30 Pro. C Manmohan, General Manager at POCO gave this information during POCOMeet also via FoneArena, and it has also clarified that users will have to wait a little longer for POCO F2, and it will be the company’s high-end Smartphone.

Also, Read: Poco X2: An absolute mid-range phone with 120Hz, quad camera, SD 730G under INR 20,000

Apart from that, one battery make (BN53) which has been filed under the POCO branding, making it 2 POCO devices? Plus, BN54 has been registered under both POCO and Mi. That’s confusing and interesting. Via: @Stufflistings

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