Poco M6 5G All Set To Launch To Debut In India & Other Markets

Poco M6 5G All Set To Launch To Debut In India & Other Markets

Written by Moli Mishra, In Tech, Published On
December 10, 2023

According to rumors, the next Poco M6 5G will be able to support 5G connectivity, unlike its predecessor.

Poco M6 5G may launch soon in India. A tipster says the phone would be a redesign of the company’s inexpensive Redmi smartphone, which just debuted in India. In contrast to the Poco M5, the rumored successor will enable 5G connectivity. Poco has not announced a new phone for the country.

Tipster Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) posted a screenshot of a future Poco handset’s manifest file on X, formerly Twitter. Mukul Sharma says the Poco M6 5G will be a rebadged Redmi 13C 5G, which debuted in India this week. The leaked screenshot mentions a Poco phone with the model number 23128PC33I and the internal name “air_p.” The handset’s model number ends in I, indicating an Indian launch—the graphic lists “Poco M6 5G” as the smartphone’s market name.

A user shares a post: 

The tipster’s suggestion that the Poco M6 5G will be a rebranded Redmi 13C 5G will offer fans an idea of its specs. The December 6 Indian debut of the Redmi 13C 5G features MediaTek’s Dimensity 6100+ chipset, up to 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage. It uses MIUI 14 on Android 13. The phone has a 6.74-inch 90Hz LCD.

An incremental improvement to the Poco M5, the M6 Pro 5G. The M6 Pro, which costs Rs 10,999, is Rs 1,500 more than the Poco M5 and has 5G, a newer chipset, and a revised design. Good thing the Poco M6 Pro has a hybrid SIM slot. However, I expected twin SIM slots and a storage expansion slot in the affordable bracket. Overall, the Poco M6 Pro’s design doesn’t feel cheap. The solid build, IP53 protection, flat design, and glass back give the phone a luxury feel, like a Rs 20,000 to Rs 25,000 handset. Another question: why isn’t Poco yellow?

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Another user states: 

Besides the slight increase in size from 6.58” to 6.79” on the Poco M6 Pro, the display specs remain the same: an IPS LCD with a 90Hz refresh rate, Gorilla Glass 3 protection, and 550 nits up from 500 nits on the M5.

Despite its specs, the M6 Pro has a good panel for its price. I found the Poco M6 Pro’s IPS panel to be vivid, which I think most people would like as the colours are appealing. The phone offers good indoor brightness. The phone isn’t ideal for outside use in bright sunlight. Overall, the well-tuned display and speaker make multimedia a decent value.

Snapdragon 4 Gen 2 powers the Poco M6 Pro, which has up to 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. MIUI 14 on Android 13 promises two years of OS updates and three years of security patches. MIUI 14 has plenty of features and looks like it would on a high-end Xiaomi phone. The entry-level CPU and bloatware slow the experience. For ordinary use and scrolling, the program is responsive, with occasional stutters or frame drops. The phone struggles to keep up when loaded. However, it’s a budget phone, so this is OK.

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