Redmi 9 and POCO

According to xda-developers, POCO has developed into an independent brand in markets such as India. But it still shares resources with Xiaomi in many key areas such as product development.

Redmi 9 and POCO

If you remember, the POCO X2 launched in India is the renamed Redmi K30 4G. Similarly, the POCO F2 Pro launched internationally is the renamed Redmi K30 Pro 5G. So there is every reason to think we will see more Xiaomi/Redmi products launched internationally under the POCO brand. As for now, there is an information indicating that the Redmi 9 may be launched in certain markets under the POCO brand.

A German TUV Rheinland certification application shows that a new POCO device with model number M2004J19PI is coming. According to the previous certification documents of the Bluetooth SIG and Wi-Fi Alliance, the model M2004J19 belongs to the Redmi 9 smartphone series. In other words, one of the upcoming POCO devices may be the renamed Redmi 9. Currently, Redmi 9 has been launched in Spain and China.

xda-developers said that if the Redmi 9 is indeed launched in India under the POCO brand. It is expected to be released together with the POCO M2 Pro. The model of the POCO M2 Pro is M2003J6CI, which will be released in India in July.

Redmi 9 and POCO

Redmi 9 Key Features

As for the Redmi 9, it comes with a 1080P screen. Under the hood, it carries the Helio G80 high-performance gaming chip. The Redmi 9 comes with an AI full-scene quad-camera, compared with the previous generation, the number of lenses has doubled. There are additional macro and super wide-angle lenses. So it can record the stunning micro world, and can also include more pictures when shooting landscapes and buildings. And there is also a battery of 5020mAh. The phone is available in two storage versions of 4GB + 64GB and 6GB+128GB.

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