Poco X4, Poco X4 NFC, Poco X4 Pro, Poco X4 GT launch announced ahead of official announcement


The schedule for the launch of the Poco X4 series has been announced online. The Poco X4 and Poco X4 Pro will be launched alongside other markets in India, although there is also speculation that the Chinese company will bring the Poco X4 NFC and Poco X4 GT to some markets. The new Poco X4 models are expected to hit the global market next year. The phones could appear as the successor to the Poco X3 lineup, which was introduced last year with the Poco X3 and expanded with the Poco X3 Pro, Poco X3 GT, and the Poco X3 NFC.

In cooperation with the tipster Mukul Sharma, 91mobiles has published the start date of the Poco X4 series. The Vanilla Poco X4 is slated for launch in India in the first quarter of 2022. It would be the successor to the Poco X3, which launched in the country last September.

In addition to the Poco X4, the Poco X4 Pro for the Indian market is also in the works. However, the exact start schedule will be announced.

Poco also plans to launch the Poco X4 NFC in global markets in the first quarter. Tests for the Poco X4 NFC in European regions have reportedly started. However, details about the phone are not yet known.

Both the Poco X4 and Poco X4 NFC were reportedly discovered in the IMEI database earlier this week. In particular, the Poco X4 is speculated as the rebranded Redmi Note 11 Pro, which launched in China last month.

The Poco X4 GT should also be in the works. It may not launch in India – just like the Poco X3 GT, which debuted in Malaysia in July but didn’t make it to the Indian market.

The tipster also claimed that the Poco X4 GT is in development for some global markets.

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