POCO Is Now Rebranding The Redmi Note 10s, FCC Documents Show
Poco and Redmi love to play the rebranding games, and it seems like they won't stop soon.
Poco might be preparing to rebrand another device. In this instance, we are referring to the Redmi Note 10S, launched in 2021 under that name.
Although it's not possible to rebrand a handset after it has existed for more than one year, some recently released FCC documents indicate that this will happen.
Poco requested an FCC certification on the Redmi Note 10S's previous FCC certification. As a result, the two handsets are identical, with minor differences.
The screenshot shows that the Redmi Note 10S, model M2101K7BNY, ran MIUI 12 at certification.
However, the Poco model will launch with MIUI 13 - which is understandable considering it was found a year later.
The Poco phone will have one RAM/storage version in common with its sibling (6/128GB) and two additional ones that are not available on the Redmi, 4/64GB or 4/128GB. The new version will also come in blue.
Redmi Note 10S features a 6.43 inch 1080x2400 60Hz AMOLED screen with the MediaTek Helio G95 SoC and a 5,000mAh battery with 33W fast-charging support.
In addition, the device comes with a quad-rear camera system, which includes a 64 MP primary, 8MP ultrawide, and a 13MP selfie shooter.
All of these features should be available on the upcoming Poco. Given the hardware, we assume it will also be part of the C and M families of Poco devices.
The device's official launch is likely to be imminent now that the FCC certification has been received.