Upcoming Xiaomi Phones Sept, October: Redmi H1, Mi A4, Poco C3, Poco F2 Pro, Mi MIX 4

Upcoming Xiaomi phones? Upcoming Redmi phones? Here’s a list of the upcoming Xiaomi phones in July and in the following weeks. Starting from the Poco M2 Pro to Redmi H1 to Mi MIX 4 to Mi A4, there’s a lot Xiaomi is set to bring in the coming weeks.

Upcoming Xiaomi Phones Sept, October: Redmi H1, Mi A4, Poco C3, Poco F2 Pro, Mi MIX 4

Amid the growing anti-China sentiment, Xiaomi has started to cover its retail storefronts with Made in India logos. Xiaomi is India’s biggest smartphone brand apart from being the top-seller of Smart TVs and wearables in the country.

Here’s a list of the upcoming Xiaomi phones in September, October and the following weeks.

Mi A4

Mi A4 could be coming soon, probably in August or September. Mi CC10 series is in the works, and the upcoming CC10 device will probably be remodelled as Mi A4 in India. The device is said to be launching as early as next month in China, as it will succeed the Xiaomi Mi CC9 series. Mi CC9 in India was unveiled as a remodelled Mi A3, and the upcoming Mi A4 is expected to be remodelled Mi CC10 for India.

Mi A4 concept renders leaked early this year as well and some key details were leaked about the upcoming Xiaomi Android One smartphone. The recent leak about the upcoming Mi A4 sheds more log har about the camera setup and hardware.

Poco C3

Poco C3 will come as a rebranded Redmi 9C under 10,000 in India. Poco will launch the recently unveiled Redmi 9C as a new rebranded Poco C3 in India. After being certified by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) and TÜV Rheinland, Bluetooth SIG certification confirms the device will be called Poco C3. Xiaomi recently unveiled Redmi 9C at the Global Ecosystem Product Event. The device was first launched in Malaysia.

As spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) and TÜV Rheinland, the upcoming Poco C3 is seen with model number M2006C3MI, the same model number as Redmi 9C. It was just unveiled globally by Xiaomi in Europe at the Global Ecosystem Product Event.

Redmi 9A

Redmi 9A India launch may happen by the end of August. Redmi 9A could also be unveiled as a part of the upcoming budget Redmi Prime series. Redmi 9A launched globally with a 6.53-inch HD+ (1600×720) LCD display with a water drop notch. Redmi 9A will be powered by 2GHz MediaTek Helio G25 chipset. The company aims to deliver a powerful gaming experience equipped with HyperEngine technology and IMG PowerVR GE8320 GPU. The chip will pair with 2GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage.

Redmi 9A has a vertical camera module at the back with a single 13MP camera sensor. Upfront Redmi 9A has a 5MP selfie camera up front and a triple card slot for dual SIM cards. Redmi 9A houses a 5,000mAh battery running on Android 10 with MIUI 11 on top.

Poco F2 Pro / Poco X2 Pro

Poco F2 Pro has been officially unveiled in Europe, expected in India by August. Redmi K30 Pro 4G is a remodelled Poco F2 Pro. Poco F2 Pro features a 6.67-inch AMOLED Full HD+ display with refresh rate of 60Hz. The Poco device is said to be powered by Snapdragon 865 with up to 8GB RAM and 256 storage. Poco F2 Pro has been priced at EUR 499 (around Rs 41,500) for the base model with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.

Coming to optics, Poco F2 Pro will have a 20-megapixel pop-up camera and a quad rear camera setup featuring a 64-megapixel primary lens. It will house a 4,700mAh battery with support for 33W fast charging.

Mi MIX 4

Mi MIX 4 will be the company’s next experimental innovative flagship, said to be launching in July or August. The last Mi MIX smartphone was Mi MIX 3. It launched in October 2018 and the successor Mi MIX 4 has been due since. The company introduced the Mi MIX Alpha, a concept phone in October 2019 and Mi MIX 4 is being rumoured to finally debut in Q4 2020. Mi MIX 4 will come with a waterfall screen, 100-megapixel main camera and 5G technology.

While Mi 10 Pro Plus was scheduled during this period, the Mi MIX 4 launch was about to happen earlier. The Coronavirus pandemic worldwide could be the reason behind the delay in launch.

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