On August 11th, Xiaomi brought Mi 10 Extreme Edition and Redmi K30 Extreme Edition two extreme commemorative products. The powerful performance and the extremely cost-effective price are exciting. Especially the K30 Extreme Edition makes up for the regret that the K30 Pro did not have high brushes and dual speakers before, and the price has returned to 1999 yuan (USD $286) , and the price-performance ratio has made friends and merchants speechless. Recently, Poco, an overseas brand of Xiaomi, has been revealed that it will release a new phone at the end of the month. One of the highlights is the AMOLED screen with 120Hz refresh rate. It is guessed that it is probably the overseas version of the K30 Extreme Edition.
Foreign media reported that Poco’s global spokesperson Angus Kai Ho Ng hinted on his personal Twitter that a new phone will be released at the end of the month, equipped with a 120Hz AMOLED screen, but then deleted the tweet, leaving only Poco’s love for Hz. Suggestive. But from the topic “#POCOcomingsoon” attached to the tweet, it can be roughly speculated that Poco’s new machine is indeed about to arrive.
According to previously exposed information, Poco’s new machine will use the Snapdragon 765G processor, which is different from the MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ carried by the domestic K30 Extreme Edition. In addition, the camera has a 64-megapixel main camera, which is probably still a four-camera design and supports 33W fast charging at the same time.
In fact, Xiaomi has always had the habit of releasing overseas versions. For example, the previous overseas version of K30 Pro was Poco F2 Pro. Now it is reasonable to launch the overseas version of K30 Extreme Edition. Even with the 120Hz screen blessing, the positioning may be lower than the previous F2 Pro. Friends who are interested can pay more attention to it.