Poco is making headlines again. Those who are desperately waiting to hear about its launch, any news is welcome. Around a couple of months ago, a new POCO model with ID “M1912G7BI” was spotted with Indian BIS certification. At the beginning of lockdown, reference of Pocophone F2 had come upon none other than POCO India official twitter handle. The message was an awareness campaign on social distancing and sanitizing by washing hands frequently during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Last week during the 1st webinar of POCO fan meet held on March 30, Poco GM, C Manmohan had confirmed about Poco F2 in works. Few more certifications have been spotted doing rounds on the internet. Poco trademark with model number M2004J11G was found to be listed on EEC.
On 24 February, on the BIS certification website, POCO registered its latest battery make, BN54. Speculations suggest that it should be of Poco F2 because the battery make of POCO F1 was BM4E and for POCO X2 it was BM4P.
Here's something interesting. POCO has registered a new battery make (BN54) on the BIS certification website. POCO F1 has BM4E and POCO X2 has BM4P.
Could it be for the upcoming POCO? 😉#POCO #POCOF2 pic.twitter.com/2b28ddzsG2
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) April 3, 2020
Launch of a couple of months is expected with the news of certifications on Poco Trademark have started pouring in.
Keeping the company’s background in mind, it is likely that Poco F2 will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 along with some of the most cutting-edge specifications on the market. Though Poco will still fall in budget segment phone and be priced substantially lower than the rest of the high-end models in the market but the price will exceed INR 20,000(240 Euros). The brand has confirmed that Poco F2 will not be the rebranded version of Redmi K30 Pro.
Pocophone F2 is all set to shake the smartphone market like its predecessor Poco F1.