Poco has released a lot of new smartphones in the Indian market in the last few months. However, most of them have been the rebranded version of the smartphones under the Mi and Redmi name, which is available in the international market. Now, Poco is about to launch another smartphone in the Indian market with the name Poco M3 Pro, which will be the rebranded version of the Redmi Note 10 5G. The company launched Poco M3 in November last year, which was an affordable 4G smartphone.
Now, it seems that the new smartphone will be a 5 G-enabled one. The listing of smartphones on FCC certification reveals that the model number of the new smartphone is M2103K19PG, which matches the model number of the Redmi Note 10 5G and was also released in March 2021 in the Chinese market. If the reports are true, then the smartphone will have the exact same specifications but will be launched under the Poco branding.
Therefore, the common features we can expect are a 6.5-inch LCD Full HD+ display, along with a 90Hz refresh rate and Corning Gorilla glass protection. As Redmi Note 10 5G, it will also be powered using the MediaTek Dimensity 700 5G chipset, which is based on the 7nm architecture and provides great performance on a budget. We can also see a 6GB RAM variant along with a 48MP triple camera setup on the back. It is a common practice for Xiaomi to sell the same phone variants with different names in different countries.