Xiaomi POCO M6 5G: Evidence of Redmi 13C 5G and Redmi 13R re-brand emerges

Xiaomi POCO M6 5G

The POCO M5 could soon be replaced by a re-branded Redmi 13C 5G, ushering in a new era of Xiaomi's smartphone lineup.

An early sighting of the POCO M6 5G has surfaced online, causing a stir among tech enthusiasts. It appears that the upcoming POCO smartphone is poised to be another iteration of Xiaomi's Redmi series, albeit under a different name. This time, the device is set to be fueled by the powerful MediaTek Dimensity 6100 Plus chipset, promising an enhanced performance experience for users.

Developer and renowned leaker Kacper Skrzypek have provided insights into the expanding availability of the Redmi 13C 5G. To provide context, Xiaomi introduced the Redmi 13C 5G recently as a more premium alternative to the Redmi 13C, itself a re-branded POCO C65. Adding to the complexity of Xiaomi's naming strategy, the company later unveiled the Redmi 13C 5G in China as the Redmi 13R, featuring identical hardware.

Intriguingly, Skrzypek's findings within MIUI code hint at Xiaomi's plan to market the Redmi 13C 5G as the POCO M6 5G. This raises eyebrows, especially considering that Xiaomi appears to be targeting the Indian market with the POCO M6 5G, despite the presence of the Redmi 13C 5G in the region. On the flip side, there are indications that Xiaomi has developed a POCO M6 Pro 4G for global distribution, adding another layer of complexity to the company's product lineup.

While specific details about the POCO M6 5G's specifications remain elusive at this stage, leaks suggest a formidable combination of a MediaTek Dimensity 6100 Plus chipset, a high-refresh-rate 90 Hz display, a capacious 5,000 mAh battery, and a sophisticated 50 MP primary camera. These features indicate a device poised to deliver a compelling user experience, particularly in the realms of performance, display quality, and photography capabilities.

Regrettably, the global availability of the POCO M6 5G remains uncertain. Xiaomi has yet to unveil a timeline for the handset's launch in India, leaving fans and tech enthusiasts eagerly awaiting further details. Interestingly, recent leaks have also brought to light details about the POCO X6 5G and POCO X6 Pro 5G, both appearing as re-branded Redmi smartphones. This further adds to the intrigue surrounding Xiaomi's strategy and the interconnected web of its product offerings.

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