Poco X2, the second smartphone from Xiaomi’s now-independent brand, will go on sale again in India. scheduled to begin at 12 noon on Tuesday, February 25, the Poco X2 sale will be held on Flipkart exclusively. The Poco X2 (Review) fills the gap between the Poco F1 and another smartphone from the brand that is highly anticipated to be launched later this year. It has got internals including the Snapdragon 730G SoC and a 120Hz display, making it one of the stout smartphones in the price segment. If you missed out on the previous sales, you can grab one for yourself today.
It took Poco nearly 1.5 years to make its return to the market with a comeback that seems promising. The Poco X2 has been in the news for long and there’s no doubt that it is simply a redesigned Redmi K30 4G from China. From its design to the internal specifications, every bit of the phone is a mirror image of the Redmi K30, except for the Poco badge. Poco is being aggressive with its pricing too, with base variant of the X2 starting from as low as Rs 15,999.
Samsung is the dominant player in the Android world, and while its flagships continually raise the bar for the industry as a whole, the South Korean brand has failed to make a mark in the mid-range category. Samsung’s efforts in this area over the last four years were focused on the Galaxy A series, a series of mid-range devices aimed at a younger audience that offered several features from the Galaxy S series.
Realme C3 is set to go on sale in India today for the first time. The new Realme smartphone that was launched in the country last week comes as the successor to the Realme C2. It comes with an HD+ display and includes the MediaTek Helio G70 SoC. Other key highlights of the Realme C3 include a dual rear camera setup, waterdrop-style display notch, and up to 4GB of RAM. The smartphone will be available for purchase in three distinct colour options. The Realme C3 competes against the Redmi 8A Dual that Xiaomi launched recently as an upgrade to the Redmi 8.
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