Poco will quickly be launching a new cellphone that is explained to come with 120Hz show. A new cellphone with a higher refresh fee display was teased by the brand’s merchandise promoting manager and international spokesperson Angus Kai Ho Ng as a result of a Tweet. On the other hand, a tipster claims that a former deleted tweet by the Poco executive pointed out a cellphone with 120Hz AMOLED show. The most latest cellphone by the Xiaomi spin-off brand was the Poco M2 Professional that came out in July as a somewhat tweaked edition of the Redmi Note 9 Professional.
Angus Kai Ho Ng took to Twitter to tease an approaching Poco smartphone that will have a higher refresh fee display. This tweet does not mention what the refresh fee or show of the approaching cellphone will be, but it would seem like the Poco executive had previously tweeted these information and then deleted it, or so says acknowledged tipster Abhishek Yadav. The tipster claimed that the Poco executive at first tweeted out that the approaching cellphone will have a 120Hz AMOLED show. Yadav also pointed out that this mysterious Poco cellphone will debut this month itself.
The international spokesperson for Poco teased a new Poco smartphone earlier this month as nicely and known as it a OnePlus Nord competitor. It is achievable that the very same cellphone is staying talked about in the new tweet.
Not too long ago, a Xiaomi cellphone with model variety M2007J20CG appeared on Indonesia’s TKDN authority web site, as per a tweet by acknowledged tipster Mukul Sharma. Although this listing did not reveal any specs, the very same model variety was reportedly spotted in a Eurasian Financial Commission (EEC) listing in July and this listing connected then model variety with the Poco branding. Moreover, Sharma also claimed final month that the cellphone with model variety M2007J20CG will be a higher-finish smartphone.
If this Poco smartphone is scheduled for an August 2020 launch like the tipster claims, we can anticipate extra info on it in the up coming couple of days.
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