Poco X2 Release Date Announced

Earlier Poco India teased a new mobile phone that will be released after Poco’s independence. Poco India released a trailer on Twitter, introducing Poco’s “Second Season”, suggesting that After the brand independence, the first smartphone will be launched soon. In the trailer, the name “Poco X2” is mentioned. Today Poco India official Twitter account shared Poco X2 release date, conforming naming and new feature as Smooth AF.

According to Poco India, Poco X2 release date is 4th February 2020.

Poco X2 release date

It is expected that Poco X2 is a renamed version of the Redmi K30 mobile phone released in mainland China. This statement is not “just open your mouth.” The new Poco machine with “M1912G7BI” has passed India BIS certification. It should be noted that the models of Redmi K30 4G mobile phones in the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology were “M1912G7BC” and “M1912G7BE”. You can see that the certified models are the same.

Poco X2 Geekbench Running Score

In addition, I learned from Geekbench, a world-renowned running score software, that Xiaomi’s mobile phone named POCO X2 was officially exposed, with single-core 549 points and multi-core 1771 points.

Poco X2 Geekbench Running Score

The detailed information shows that the POCO X2 is equipped with an 8-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with a base frequency of 1.8GHz and 8GB of memory. According to the running scores, it is likely to be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chip. From the exposure parameters, POCO X2 is likely to be the overseas version of Redmi K30.

Redmi K30

The 6.67-inch full-screen display on the Redmi K30 uses the more mature second-generation hole in display technology and achieves an incredible 4.38mm aperture in the industry. It is not only beautiful, but also has a larger display area.

In terms of configuration, the Redmi K30 uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G mobile processor. The G in 730G is the abbreviation of Gaming. This is a Qualcomm optimized for gaming.

If POCO is about to release two handsets, “F2” and “X2”, then we can speculate that POCO can continue to use F2 flagship processor.

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