Xiaomi's new smartphone brand, Pocophone F1, will sell like cheese bread.
Xiaomi's pricing for Pocophone's first smartphone, which will become the third trademark after Redmi and Mi, has emerged.
According to Roland Quandt, Pocophone F1 has 6GB of RAM + 1GB of RAM, according to Roland Quandt, who said that the first model, code-named "Pocophone F1," would be extremely affordable. The version with the 64GB storage space will have the price tag of 420 euro, the one with the 6GB RAM + 128GB storage space will have the price tag of 460 euro. The device, however, will have a Snapdragon 845 processor, a 5.99-inch Full HD + screen, a 4000 mAh battery and a dual rear camera. We can say that Pocophone F1 has a very aggressive pricing if we think that phones with similar features have prices starting from 550-600 euros.
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Xiaomi targets the global market, mainly India and Europe, directly with the new Pocophone brand. India has become the world's largest smartphone market after China. By contrast, no phone with Xiaomi's Snapdragon 845, which went on the market in 2018, has yet to be sold in India. Introduced Pocophone models will be sold directly in India and Europe.