Redmi Note 9 4G China mannequin will reportedly launch in the Indian market as the Redmi 9 Power. Meanwhile, the Poco M3, first launched in Europe after which re-introduced as the Redmi Note 9 4G in China with slight tweaks in design, can also be anticipated to see an India arrival, together with the Redmi 9 Power. The Redmi 9 Power could come to India with the mannequin quantity M2010J19SI.
Tipster Mukul Sharma has spotted a handset known as Redmi 9 Power on Google Play Console. This cellphone is listed with the mannequin quantity M2010J19SI, which is related to the Redmi Note 9 4G China mannequin. It can also be codenamed ‘lime’ on the Google Play Console database. This signifies that Redmi Note 9 4G will launch in India as the Redmi 9 Power. The former China mannequin is reported to come back with the mannequin numbers M2010J19SC, M2010J19SG, M2010J19ST, M2010J19SI, indicating that it might launch in different world markets as effectively.
Meanwhile, Poco M3 that just lately launched in Europe has additionally been noticed on Google Play Console with the mannequin quantity M2010J19CI. The final letter of this mannequin quantity signifies the nation it would launch in. This signifies that the Poco M3 will launch in India in the longer term. The Poco M3, as talked about, is an identical to the Redmi Note 4G, other than its barely tweaked design. This Google Play Console itemizing was additionally spotted by Sharma.
There is not any readability on when each the telephones will launch in India. Xiaomi and Poco have made no bulletins relating to the matter as of but. But it is more and more changing into clear that the Poco M3 and the rumoured Redmi 9 Power may supply very comparable specs. Poco was criticised final time for doing the identical with the Poco M2 Pro. The handset was an identical to the Redmi Note 9 Pro, other than barely higher charging speeds. But these will stay speculations until Xiaomi makes the India launch of the 2 telephones official.
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