Kirisame, 20 Nov 2023Some leaks say that it will be called Poco X6 NeoWhat, that doesn't make sense. X series is middle tiers. This one use dimensity 6080 aka dimensity 700 varian.
Anonymous, 20 Nov 2023Typical Chinese strategy : market the same thing using different brands and names to confuse c... morewhy not try copying their strategy+ lets see whether the
common folks are going to buy your companys product
Lonteku , 20 Nov 2023Yes, definitely Poco M6 Some leaks say that it will be called Poco X6 Neo
LOL. Let's add an extra plastic so it's heavier and give it a new name... Why?
you have to suffer, 20 Nov 2023it may have belong somewhere to the X series or M series.Yes, definitely Poco M6
How much this
very much infinix. with weaker chipset and less cameras compared to zero 30
more like Xiaomi Zero 30R Pro?
sadly, the color is so similar to Zero 30 5G though
Typical Chinese strategy : market the same thing using different brands and names to confuse common folks.
I have a strong feeling this exact phone is getting rebranded as a POCO for international markets. Just look at that camera Island.
Recycling the 3.5mm+no sd card slot+usb 2.0 (lmao) form factor over and over and over again.
Ha-ha, is it Infinix copy?
Just Xiaomi’s strategy of releasing the same phones over and over again, nothing new to see here…
13r pro or 13r?
The only purpose of this phone is to try and rip off unsuspecting customers. Basically, this is intended to be sold through carriers to rip off older customers and people who don't have any knowledge of specifications. That's the target market. The profit margin will be huge on this. It's one of the worst if not the worst phone at its price range in China. By way of comparison
nubia was offering the Nubia z50 last month with 12gb 256gb storage, a very good main camera, solid 50mp ultrawide, and snapdragon 8 gen 2 for just 200rmb more than this (just less than $30 more). That's an indication of how bad value this is. Hate these carrier phones that aim to rip off consumers
That like shows they're 74 Xiaomi phones with 6.67 Oled Display😂
Same chipset is going for half the price , but hd+. Still full hd+ shouldn't cost $150 more.
For "historical" purpose, and for clean history, I really hope that the phone database use the "Native currency it's introduced".
If it's introduced in China in RMB (Yuan), then please list it as RMB.
The reason is:
The currency rate is moving up/down.
If GSMarena post the converted rate, and when the replacement have the same local currency price, then you can't compared it apple to apple.
Xiaomi ABC 2 = Yuan 2000 or US$ 150
1 year after that Xiaomi ABC 3, Yuan 2000, US$ 180
So, please, when it's launched in China, use RMB, when it's launched in India, use Ruppee, when it's launched in Europe, use Euro.