Poco might quickly come out with a brand new mid-tier smartphone that may rival the OnePlus Nord, in accordance to a tweet by the corporate’s product advertising supervisor Angus Kai Ho Ng. The tweet merely asks followers if they might go for the OnePlus Nord or look ahead to a brand new Poco smartphone, indicating that the brand new telephone might be a competitor to the most recent mid-tier providing by OnePlus, whether or not by way of efficiency or worth, stays to be seen. Additionally, the official Poco Global account replied to the tweet, in a means, confirming an upcoming Poco smartphone.
Angus Kai Ho Ng shared the tweet with hashtag ‘#POCOcomingsoon’, straight mentioning the OnePlus Nord. This means that the brand new Poco smartphone will possible goal the identical market because the OnePlus Nord. While the tweet doesn’t reveal any extra info, the Poco Global account replied to it, jokingly confirming the existence of an upcoming smartphone.
As of now, there isn’t a info accessible on the upcoming telephone, besides that it’s “coming soon.” It is feasible that this new telephone comes as a rebranded model of an present Xiaomi smartphone, or a brand new telephone all collectively.
Talking about what this telephone is focusing on, the OnePlus Nord is scheduled to go on sale in India starting tomorrow, August 6. It might be accessible in two configurations specifically 8GB + 128GB priced at Rs. 27,999 and 12GB + 256GB priced at Rs. 29,999. The 6GB + 64GB variant will go on sale in India later in September and is priced at Rs. 24,999. The upcoming Poco smartphone may be anticipated to have related pricing.
Another competitor on this area could be the newly introduced Pixel 4a that might be accessible in India in October. As of now, Google has not shared pricing for the nation, however the telephone launched within the US for $349 (roughly Rs. 26,100).
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