Xiaomi’s Poco sub-brand made waves back in 2018 when it launched a Snapdragon 845-powered budget flagship priced at $300. After a gap of over a year and splitting from Xiaomi to become an independent brand, Poco has announced that its next smartphone – the Poco X2 – will be launched on February 4 in India.

As per official teasers, the Poco X2 will come equipped with Sony’s IMX586 sensor, the same 64-megapixel snapper that also adorns Xiaomi’s Redmi K30. This aligns with rumours claiming that the Poco X2 is essentially a rebranded version of the Redmi K30’s 4G variant.

Additionally, Poco’s tongue-in-cheek mobile-only marketing webpage seemingly confirms that the upcoming phone’s display will offer a 120Hz refresh rate. Other amenities revealed by the company so far include a Qualcomm processor, liquid cooling, fast charging support and a USB Type-C port.

You May Also Like

The EU wants to bring back removable batteries

A set of leaked documents suggests that the EU is working on legislature to force all smartphone manufacturers to make batteries removable.

Can you take the Samsung Galaxy S20 for a swim? Is it waterproof?

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Series includes some of the greatest smartphones available in the market, and here you can see just how good is its water resistance

Coronavirus has even affected Android updates for Xiaomi smartphones

Xiaomi is also being affected by the coronavirus, and so are their users, since they will have to wait longer to receive their updates