Sources confirm the Poco C50 will launch in India soon on January 2023

The Poco C50 will soon be available in India, according to Flipkart, even if the business hasn’t yet made an official announcement on the launch date.

The Poco C50 was supposed to be introduced in India by Poco’s Indian branch in the final week of November, but some how it did not happen. Although the Chinese company hasn’t provided any information on the C50’s launch in India, a media report states that it would happen the next week, on January 3.

You may anticipate the company shortly announcing the launch date for the Poco C50 now that a teaser has been posted on the online store. According to 91Mobiles’ sources, this Poco phone will be released on January 3, which is essentially next week. There are currently only two phones in the Poco C series: the Poco C31 and Poco C3. The third model in the line will be the Poco C50.

It’s difficult to forecast what the potential features of the upcoming smartphone might be due to the strange naming convention of the Poco C series. There isn’t a lot of information regarding the new Poco phone in the teaser that Flipkart shared. It only displays two camera modules, which implies that the Poco C50’s camera might be its biggest selling point.

The Poco X5 5G, a different smartphone Poco is also  anticipated to release, has now received certification from NBTC in addition to BIS and FCC, bringing it one step closer to the debut. It is mentioned on the website of the Thai certifying body as having the model number 22111317PG, which is different from the ones we observed on the FCC and BIS.


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