Poco F1 successor or landing in the Indian market next year is better than Redmi?

A few days ago, foreign media GSMArena quoted Anuj Sharma, Director of POCO Mobile India, saying that POCO F2 Pro is not the true successor of POCO F1, and this model will not continue to be introduced to the Indian market. It is reported that a suitable successor to POCO F1 is under development, but it will not come soon. GSMArena predicts that Indian consumers will not see the product on the market until at least next year.

POCO mobile phone (picture source GSMArena)

POCO mobile phone is a sub-brand of Xiaomi. It was born to break the current trend of slowing down the development of the smart phone industry and rising prices of flagship phones. POCO's reputation for its first mobile phone, POCO F1, made Indian consumers expect the brand. At present, the POCO brand has been operated independently, with F series, X series, M series, C series and other models. According to GSMArena, in addition to the F series, POCO will also rebrand other models. In terms of software, POCO has no plans to stop using MIUI for the time being.


Previously, POCO was considered to be the overseas version of Redmi, but Anuj Sharma said that POCO is a better version of Redmi phones and in some way provides consumers with higher value. He said that because POCO is a new brand and cannot develop new phones from scratch to reach every price point, it uses this strategy.