Not surprisingly, some of the world’s best-selling smartphones are affordable entry-level Android smartphones. Therefore, when Poco says it has shipped 2 million units of the Poco C3, there is nothing to be surprised about. The phone has achieved this feat within 9 months of coming to market, which is a big deal for a new brand like Pokোরmon.
Starting at Rs 7,499, the Poco C3 is the most affordable phone from Poco and the cheapest Android phone you can buy in the market. It is loosely based on the Redmi 9 series of devices, which is a common trend for Pokোকmon these days. We reviewed the phone last year and found that it is a good alternative to budget smartphones.
Poco C3 finds 2 million buyers
Despite being 9 months old, which is eternity in the world of smartphones nowadays, the Poco C3 remains a good alternative. The phone is built around the MediaTek Helio G35 chipset, with a 6.4-inch HD + display, 5000 mAh battery with USB-C charging system, 13-megapixel + 2-megapixel macro + 2-megapixel depth triple camera system.
However, Poco has pointed to its efforts towards higher level models this year. The Poco M3 Pro 5G marks Poco’s entry into the affordable 5G smartphone space below Rs 1,500. Within Rs 300,000, Poko FG GTE is responsible for bringing Poko back.
The Poco F3 GT is currently the most affordable gaming-spec smartphone you can buy this year. Dedicated to the MediaTek Dimension 1200 helmet and side shoulder, you’ve basically got a cut-price ROG phone 3. Gamers on a budget.
Poco has announced the global Poco X3 GT as a midrange offer with the Dimension 1100 chipset. However, this phone is not coming to India and buyers will have to pay Rs 20,000 instead with the Poco X3 Pro, which offers a Snapdragon 860 chipset.
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