Xiaomi launched a sub-brand of Poco Back in 2018, creating the flagship killer of the year, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, and a true flagship killer with low-priced tags.
The handset quickly achieved a band status, and fans of the brand have long been waiting for the sequel. Hope increased this year when Xiaomi decided to improve the Poco to a separate brand.
The new Poco F2 Pro will be released, and despite the company’s promise, it will change to the brand of the Redmi K30 Pro. although there is still no information on the launch of Poco F2 Pro, a new leak is coming to annoy us with the European prices.
According to 4GNews from Portugal, the price for the Poco F2 Pro will be around € 649 / $ 704 / around Rs. 53,300 in India. This is the price for the 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage variants.
The other variant with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB storage brings you back € 749 / $ 813 / around Rs. 61,600 in India. That seems too much for a flagship killer. However, this is the pricing for Portugal. There is a “private copy tax” where the government raises smartphone prices slightly higher than other Europeans. In the best possible scenario, the “Global” variant in Europe is approximately 599 / $ 650 / approximately Rs. 49,200.
When it comes to the specifications of Poco F2 Pro, it should carry the same internal hardware as Redmi K30 Pro (as a rebrand). Therefore, Poco F2 Pro is expected to be equipped with Snapdragon 865 SoC, 5G connection, rear four-camera setup, 4,700mAh battery with a bezel-less display.