Poco C40 will probably not use Qualcomm and MediaTek processor

Poco C40 will probably not use Qualcomm and MediaTek processor

Poco C40 will probably not use Qualcomm and MediaTek processor

POCO, an independent brand formerly operated by Xiaomi, is known for producing phones with great hardware for the price. The company now sells a wide variety of smartphones in different price ranges. The Poco F and Poco X series are among the powerful midranges, and on the other hand, Poco M and Poco C go to the cheap phone and affordable market. .

The phones that Poco sends to the market are often rebranded models of Xiaomi and Redmi phones; So Poco is apparently an independent brand, but still has a strong relationship with Xiaomi. It seems that Poco’s next phone, unlike many of the company’s recent devices, is not going to be a complete rebrand of another phone.

According to what XDA Developers writes Poco C40 (Poco C40) has recently been certified by the US Federal Communications Commission with model number C3QP. Since with the same model number Redmi 10C (i.e. C3Q), at first we expected Poco C40 to be no different from this phone; But it seems that this time the situation is different.

It is said that the Poco C40 is not going to use the Snapdragon 680 processor that was used in the Redmi 10C. This phone does not go for MediaTek processors either. Poco budget device will be equipped with a low-end processor named JR510. This processor has been used several times in Treswave branded devices.

Recently, a device codenamed Frost has been spotted on Geekbench, which uses the model number C3QP and is equipped with the same JR510 processor. Thus, it seems that Geekbench has also confirmed the presence of this processor in the new Poco phone.

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Besides, the findings of a member of XDA Developers state that the Poco C40 phone will probably rely on a lighter version of MIUI called MIUI Go. Apparently, in this regard, a new flag called IS_MIUI_GO_VERSION has been added to Xiaomi’s MIUI firmware.

he does. Currently, it is not clear whether MIUI Go will be a feature within MIUI or it will be developed as a separate user interface based on Android Go.

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