POCO C40 Tripped Launch Full Specifications Non Qualcomm

Poco is said to be developing a new smartphone that is rumored to be released in the company's affordable C-series line-up. The rumored smartphone is expected to be equipped with a primary JR510 SoC and not chipsets made by well-known brands like Qualcomm, MediaTek, or Unisoc. It could also be running MIUI Go, which could be a variant that runs MIUI, the MIUI operating system included in the company's phones. Poco has yet to make any announcements regarding the launch of the Poco C40 smartphone or to reveal its specifications.

According to a report from XDA Developers, which cites its senior participant and designer Kacper Skrzypek (@kacskrz), The Poco C40 is not equipped with the identical Snapdragon and MediaTek chipset. The Redmi 10C (C3Q) smartphone shares the same model number as the rumored Poco C40 (C3QP) and comes with the Snapdragon 680 SoC. But the purported Poco C40 will use a JR510 chipset made by the company known as Treswave, according to the company's developer.

In addition, the report mentions a previous Geekbench report for a phone known as "frost" that also comes with the model number C3QP. According to an unconfirmed publication from Xiaomi, a smartphone bearing two numbers, 220333QPG, has been spotted on the FCC website. Gadgets 360 was in a position to confirm the listing for the phone.

A new flag in the software discovered inside the MIUI firmware by Skrzypek named IS_MIUI_GO_VERSION suggests there is a possibility that Poco C40 Poco C40 may run a particular version of MIUI in contrast to other phones that the company makes. While neither Poco nor Xiaomi has announced any details of an MIUI Go skin, the developer notes that the flag appears with the IS_MIUI_LITE_VERSION, which is used to restrict some features on entry-level devices -- MIUI Go could also be a similar resource-saving mode for less powerful handsets, or a modified version of Android (Go edition), according to the report.