In 2020 poco launched the Poco M3 in South East Asia and was an immediate bestseller. Currently, Poco is working on Poco M3 Pro 5G, a mid-range device that supports 5G.
Xiaobo Qui explained Poco's Product manager explained the dynamics with the parent company. Poco shares R&D and sales with xiaomi despite operating as a separate brand. We can see some Xiaomi devices rebadged as Poco. But, Qui highlights how Poco follows a design language of its own very different from Xiaomi.
The Poco M3 Pro 5G is expected to arrive with a high refresh rate display. the device will be capable of handling heavy games at medium settings. It is likely to come with more RAM, UFS 2.2 storage and will be available in three bright color options. Poco may discontinue Poco M3 after launching the Poco M3 Pro 5G.
Poco devices will run on a different version of MIUI. The Poco does not have any bloatware and features a unique app drawer. The Poco UI is based on the latest android version.