Poco M2 Pro spotted in Bluetooth SIG and Wi-Fi Alliance databases
Earlier this month we came across a listing for the Poco M2 Pro, the upcoming midrange entry into the revived Poco brand. It came with the M2003J6CI model number and the “gram” codename and now the same phone was spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG databases.
The Bluetooth SIG listing shows us that the phone runs MUI 11 and comes with Bluetooth 5.0. Interestingly the Declaration ID for the phone matches that of the Redmi Note 9 models.
The “gram” kernel source code also matches that of the Note 9 Pro, leading us to believe the Poco M2 Pro might just be a rebadged Note 9 Pro. The Wi-Fi Alliance listing on the other hand shows the phone is running Android 10 with MIUI 11 on top and supports dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity.
its not even 5g - could have used 768g or any of the new 5g socs, note 9 max is there which uses 720g and not even in stock... what the point of using the same? they should better concentrate on meeting its demand - open it for normal sale rather t...
- 21 Jun 2020
It is rebranded redmi note 9 pro or something. Poco is (i think), now, value brand for European / global market. As tech nerd in India, years back, i had met normies who thought redmi is a separate brand, not a budget lineup under the brand of ...
- 23 May 2020
Whats the point to launch it with Miui 11 when the 12 is pretty much out soon. Like next month is coming out for some devices already.
- 21 May 2020