Poco M6 Pro 5G Launched in India with Snapdragon 4 Gen 2

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Standing true to its promise, Poco finally took the veil off the Poco M6 Pro 5G today. Powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, the phone brings a 6.79” LCD panel, two major Android upgrades, and up to 1TB of storage. Here’s everything you need to know about the device launching on Flipkart on August 9th.

Poco M6 Pro 5G Pricing in India

Poco M6 Pro 5G in India is priced competitively at INR 10,999/- for the base 4GB+64GB variant. The higher 6GB+128GB variant will fetch a price tag of INR 12,999/-. Both the trims are scheduled for their first sale on August 9 at noon on Flipkart. You can choose from two colorways – Forest Green and Power Black.

ICICI Bank credit or debit card transactions give you an instant discount of INR1,000/-. You can check out more offers on Flipkart as well.

Poco M6 Pro 5G Specifications

The Poco M6 Pro 5G brings onboard a 6.79” 90Hz FHD+ LCD panel lighting up to 550 nits in brightness. It has a tiny punch-hole cut-out on top housing an 8MP shooter. The bezels are significant and it’s unsurprising given the fact that the M6 Pro is a budget phone.

Next up, we have a Snapdragon 4 Gen 2 powering the device while an Android 13-paired MIUI 14 takes the helm as its software. Poco has also promised to deliver three years of security upgrades and two major Android upgrades keeping the phone updated with Android 15 as well. On the storage front, we have 4GB and 6GB RAM with 64GB and 128GB storage with two configurations. There’s also a microSD slot available to extend the storage by up to 1TB.

Flip the phone and you get its dual camera setup arranged vertically while a LED flash takes the place of one of the vertices of a triangle. The camera onboard is a 50MP primary plus 2MP auxiliary depth shooter. Under the hood, the phone carries a 5,000mAh battery supplied with 18W support via USB-C that can be expanded up to 22.5W using bundled adapter.

Moving ahead, we have a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, a 3.5mm headphone jack, 5G support, and even an IP53 rating making it much similar to the latest Redmi 12 5G.

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