About the upcoming smartphone POCO M3 Pro 5G we've been hearing quite often lately. Only recently has a teaser appeared on the Internet, showing its appearance. This time the certification revealed further details NBTC. It also tells us for which region the model will be intended.
POCO M3 Pro 5G is actually Redmi Note 10 5G, designed for the Indian market
Brand new smartphone POCO was certified in Thailand under the model designation M2013K19I. It is the device number that indicates that the mobile phone will be sold on the Indian market.
We would like to mention to you that many companies with a model have a new product Redmi Note 10 5G. In short, it is one and the same smartphone.
For brand name naming changes Xiaomi, respectively Redmi, we are used to it. They vary in principle from the region for which they are intended.
The secret reveals above all the model designation
Mentioned Redmi Note 10 5G is denoted M203K19G. The last letter indicates the market in which the phone will be sold. "G" means "Global", and "I" obviously "India".
It's possible, that Redmi Note 10 5G you already know. But if you are not very familiar with it, then together with the officially unveiled yet POCO M3 Pro 5G brings 6,5 inch AMOLED display with increased, 90 Hz refresh rate.
5G connectivity is provided by the implemented chipset MediaTek Dimensity 700. This is seconded by the operating memory size 6 GB. She's of the type LPDDR4X.
It is ready for user data 128 GB internal storage. It's a little freezing that it's just about UFS 2.2 storage.
POCO M3 Pro will not focus on Europe
To be on the safe side, the sale of a smartphone is not completely ruled out POCO M3 Pro 5G even outside India. Other Asian countries may see it on store shelves.
Model line POCO is very successful. He was properly started by the model Pocophone F1, which should not disappoint even today and we think that a large number of people still use this phone.
Many were eagerly looking forward to the second generation and other models they would make in the smart phone market unfortunately. Obviously, however, this designation has also become an alternative name for equipment intended for other world markets.