1. Xiaomi India spins-off POCO into an independent brand  XDA Developers
  2. POCO brand gets separated from Xiaomi  Gizchina.com
  3. POCO is now an independent brand - GSMArena.com news  GSMArena.com
  4. POCO splits from Xiaomi to become completely independent brand  9to5Google
  5. Xiaomi spins off POCO as an independent company  TechCrunch
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The POCO brand, also known as Pocophone in Europe, has only launched one device so far and it is none other than the people’s favourite POCO F1.POCO brand gets separated from Xiaomi4.5 (90%) 2 votes In December 2018, Xiaomi spun-off its Redmi lineup of budget smartphones into an independent brand in ...

POCO brand gets separated from Xiaomi - Gizchina.com

The news was confirmed by Xiaomi India head Manu Kumar Jain.

POCO is now an independent brand - GSMArena.com news

Xiaomi has spun off its popular POCO sub-brand into an independent brand in its own right in a bid to tackle OnePlus and Samsung more directly.Xiaomi has spun off its popular POCO sub-brand into an independent brand in its own right in a bid to tackle OnePlus and Samsung more directly.

POCO splits from Xiaomi to become independent brand - 9to5Google

“Excited to share: #POCO will now be an independent brand! What started as a sub-brand within Xiaomi, has grown into its own identity. POCO F1 was an incredibly popular phone. We feel the time is right to let POCO operate on its own. Join me in wishing @IndiaPOCO all the best.”

Manu Kumar Jain on Twitter: "Excited to share: #POCO will now be an independent brand! What started as a sub-brand within Xiaomi, has grown into its own identity. POCO F1 was an incredibly popular phone. We feel the time is right to let POCO operate on its own. Join me in wishing @IndiaPOCO all the best."

“Xiaomi spins off POCO as a sub-brand. But there's no word on new products yet. https://t.co/1sE7t2laT8”

Ivan Mehta on Twitter: "Xiaomi spins off POCO as a sub-brand. But there's no word on new products yet. https://t.co/1sE7t2laT8"

Xiaomi India has announced that POCO will function as an independent brand going ahead into 2020.POCO spins-off from Xiaomi

POCO is now an independent brand says Xiaomi India | TechRadar

Last year, Xiaomi managed outdo OnePlus by releasing the powerful Pocophone F1 smartphone with a Snapdragon 845 processor for just $300. Now, the Chinese compan...Last year, Xiaomi managed outdo OnePlus by releasing the powerful Pocophone F1 smartphone with a Snapdragon 845 processor for just $300. Now, the Chinese compan...

Xiaomi is spinning off its Poco brand into a new company | Engadget

Xiaomi said today it is spinning off POCO, a sub-smartphone brand it created in 2018, as a standalone company that will now run independently of the Chinese electronics giant and make its own market strategy. The move comes months after a top POCO executive — Jai Mani, a former Googler — and some other founding […]Xiaomi said today it is spinning off POCO, a sub-smartphone brand it created in 2018, as a standalone company that will now run independently of the Chinese electronics giant and make its own market strategy. The move comes months after a top POCO executive — Jai Mani, a former Googler — and some other founding […]

Xiaomi spins off POCO as an independent company – TechCrunch

POCO, which started as a Xiaomi sub-brand in 2018, will now operate as an independent brand.POCO, which started as a Xiaomi sub-brand in 2018, will now operate as an independent brand.

POCO spun off as a standalone brand as Xiaomi shifts focus to premium segment | Android Central

Poco, maker of the Pocophone F1, will now be an independent smartphone company. It will have its own team and go-to-market strategy.Poco, maker of the Pocophone F1, will now be an independent smartphone company. It will have its own team and go-to-market strategy.

Xiaomi's Poco is now an independent smartphone brand

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Xiaomi has announced that it has spun off POCO into a standalone brand of its own. POCO will now operate independently and have a product roadmap of its own. The POCO F2 has also been confirmed.Xiaomi has announced that it has spun off POCO into a standalone brand of its own. POCO will now operate independently and have a product roadmap of its own. The POCO F2 has also been confirmed.

Xiaomi spins POCO into a brand of its own, POCO F2 incoming - Neowin

Xiaomi India spins off POCO — but no word on its next product

Last year, in January, Xiaomi split its Redmi brand of budget smartphones to make it independent and since then, the brand has launched several smartphones as well as had expanded its presence to other product categories as well. Now, Chinese phone maker Xiaomi is repeating the same with its sub-brand Poco. Manu Kumar Jain, Xiaomi …

Poco splits from Xiaomi to become an independent brand - Gizmochina

Xiaomi India head, Manu Kumar Jain, has revealed that Poco will no longer be a sub-brand to Xiaomi, and Poco will become an independent company.Xiaomi India head, Manu Kumar Jain, has revealed that Poco will no longer be a sub-brand to Xiaomi, and Poco will become an independent company.

POCO Splits With Xiaomi to Become an Independent Brand

Xiaomi has spun off POCO into an independent brand that'll share resources with Xiaomi. The move paves the way for the POCO F2, which is expected to feature the Snapdragon 865 and 5G support.Xiaomi has spun off POCO into an independent brand that'll share resources with Xiaomi. The move paves the way for the POCO F2, which is expected to feature the Snapdragon 865 and 5G support.

Xiaomi spins POCO into independent brand, paving the way for POCO F2 - PhoneArena

Xiaomi has announced that Poco is an independent brand and will no more be a part of Xiaomi. The brand will now operate on its own.Xiaomi has announced that Poco is an independent brand and will no more be a part of Xiaomi. The brand will now operate on its own.

Poco no more part of Xiaomi India, will operate independently from now like Realme - Technology News

Xiaomi is often dubbed as the “budget king” in the smartphone market and no one really expects Xiaomi to come up with a smartphone that can cost as much as Rs 2.5 lakh in India. But in a new twist, the company just showcased the Mi Mix Alpha which is Xiaomi's next ‘groundbreaking’ smartphone. The Mi Mix Alpha is still a concept phone which is yet to hit mass production. Also, if the device is ever launched in India, Xiaomi says it may cost around Rs 2.5 lakh.The Mi Mix Alpha is an attempt to make the smartphone all about the display. The device comes with a flexible wrap around display and due to technical constraints, there is a ceramic strip at the back to hold the 108MP camera sensors and antenas. Xiaomi wants to put across a subtle message that it can innovate too and that future smartphones may look like the Mi Mix Alpha. So, here’s how Xiaomi’s Rs 2.5 lakh concept phone looks.Xiaomi is often dubbed as the “budget king” in the smartphone market and no one really expects Xiaomi to come up with a smartphone that can cost as much as Rs 2.5 lakh in India. But in a new twist, the company just showcased the Mi Mix Alpha which is Xiaomi's next ‘groundbreaking’ smartphone. The Mi Mix Alpha is still a concept phone which is yet to hit mass production. Also, if the device is ever launched in India, Xiaomi says it may cost around Rs 2.5 lakh.The Mi Mix Alpha is an attempt to make the smartphone all about the display. The device comes with a flexible wrap around display and due to technical constraints, there is a ceramic strip at the back to hold the 108MP camera sensors and antenas. Xiaomi wants to put across a subtle message that it can innovate too and that future smartphones may look like the Mi Mix Alpha. So, here’s how Xiaomi’s Rs 2.5 lakh concept phone looks.

This is how Xiaomi’s Rs 2.5 lakh phone looks like | Gadgets Now

Started as a sub-brand of Xiaomi in 2018, POCO began operations in the country with a small team.This comes a day after the smartphone player announced it was going big on its premium 'Mi' line up Started as a sub-brand of Xiaomi in 2018, POCO began operations in the country with a small team.This comes a day after the smartphone player announced it was going big on its premium 'Mi' line up

Xiaomi makes its premium sub-brand POCO independent in India

Xiaomi has made Poco an independent brand. Xiaomi said in a press statement that Poco, which started as a sub-brand of the company in 2018 will now run independently with its own team.Xiaomi has made Poco an independent brand. Xiaomi said in a press statement that Poco, which started as a sub-brand of the company in 2018 will now run independently with its own team.

Xiaomi confirms Poco will be a separate brand | Technology News,The Indian Express