This morning, POCO India officially tweeted that the Xiaomi POCO M2 Pro will be officially released tomorrow. So all our assumptions and leaks we heard were true.


According to the disclosed information, the Xiaomi POCO M2 Pro uses a hole-punch screen solution with a screen size of 6.67 inches and a resolution of FHD+. This is the first single-hole full-screen smartphone in the POCO series. If you remember, the previous POCO X2 has a dual-hole full-screen.

In addition, the back camera of the Xiaomi POCO M2 Pro has a ‘Yuba’-shaped camera module. The main camera has a 64MP resolution, and it is also coupled with an 8MP super wide-angle lens, a 5MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth of field lens. Apart from this quad-camera, there is also a 16MP front-facing camera hidden in the hole. By the way, it supports AI beauty.


Previously, we have also heard the upcoming Xiaomi POCO M2 Pro will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor. The latter is also accompanied with a 6GB of memory and a battery capacity of 5020mAh, which supports 33W fast charging.

It is worth noting that Xiaomi POCO M2 Pro uses a side fingerprint solution. And the only reason of this is the LCD screen. As you know, the latter doesn’t support under-screen fingerprint recognition feature. So those manufacturers that use this screen also have to put the fingerprint recognition module either on the back or on the side. In this sense, it is the second side fingerprint phone of the POCO series (the first side fingerprint model is the POCO X2).

From the specification point of view, the POCO M2 Pro is an entry-level model. So the price is expected to be around 1,000 yuan ($142).

Argam Artashyan

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