Little has more than made clear his strategy to follow as Xiaomi “independent” brand. And it is that it would already have prepared its next entry-level terminal that it would introduce in India under its own brand, the Redmi 9A.
This smartphone that was presented globally yesterday was certified at the beginning of the month under a larger model awarded to the Poco brand. Thus the Redmi 9A will be found in India under model number M2006C3MI, while globally its identifier is the M2006C3LC.
He Redmi 9AIt has a huge 6.53 ″ Dot Drop screen and a 5000mAh high capacity battery. It is equipped with the octa-core MediaTek Helio G25 gaming chipset. This device features a single AI-optimized 13MP rear camera capable of recording Full HD quality videos at 60fps.
With this Poco smartphone would introduce an entry-level terminal for the first time. The Indian market is increasingly competitive and with a practically stagnant sales rate, brands have to bet on be ing present in all segments in order to scratch market share.
It seems that this year Redmi has ceased to be interested in the Indian market and has given Poco a presence the same year that it declared itself independent from both Xiaomi and Redmi. The year that most smartphones have been presented and the year that their smartphones do not present any news compared to those of the parent brand. It seems that the Poco F1 will go down in history as the only smartphone really designed by Poco.