Supposedly, the Poco C50, with the model number 220733SPI, has been seen in the IMEI database. This item may be for the rumored Poco phone’s Indian version. The smartphone seems to be a rebadged version of the Redmi A1+ with a new camera configuration. We know the Redmi A1+ exists since its IMEI number, 220733SFG, has been logged. But in a recent Twitter exchange with a customer, the CEO of Poco India confirmed that the Poco C40 will not be coming to India.
Xiaomi claims to have seen the Poco C50, with the model number 220733SPI, listed in the IMEI database. Given the listed model number, this may be the Indian version of the phone. According to the rumor, the phone will be a rebranded version of the Redmi A1+ with a new camera configuration. The Redmi A1+, with the model number 220733SFG, has reportedly been seen in the IMEI database.
While responding to a Twitter user, Poco India Head Himanshu Tandon also revealed that the Poco C40 would not be released in India. Additionally, Tandon said the corporation would be switching to the five series.
When we last left off, Poco C40 had just been released worldwide in the month of June. The 6.71-inch Dot Drop screen boasted HD+ (720×1,650) resolution and was safeguarded by Corning Gorilla Glass. An octa-core JLQ JR510 SoC and Mali G52 GPU provide the juice for this phone.
The Poco C40 can be outfitted with up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. A microSD card may be used to increase the storage capacity to a maximum of 1 terabyte. For photography, it has a 13-megapixel primary camera and a 2-megapixel depth camera in a dual-rear camera configuration. In addition, it has a 5-megapixel camera for taking group photos or selfies up front. It has an 18W quick charging capability and a 6,000mAh battery.