Chinese phone manufacturer Xiaomi is set to launch its first smartphone under the "Pocophone" series. The device will launch in India alongside the global market, reports suggest.
According to a report in MySmartPrice, their latest smartphone, which received NCC certification last month, has also cleared the FCC certification process. Furthermore, Xiaomi has also filed the European community trademark registration for the impending device touted Pocophone F1.
The device, whose launch date is yet to be announced, surfaced on the internet a few days ago with a price tag of 420 euros (Rs 33,600) for the 64 GB storage variant making it one of the cheapest SD845-powered smartphones. The higher-end variant which comes with an internal storage of 128 GB will reportedly cost around 460 euros (Rs 36,800).
What we know about the device so far