Poco C40, the entry-level model, makes its world premiere

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Cameras are sitting within the same big rectangle – you get a basic 13MP main camera and a 2MP depth sensor. The most intriguing feature of this phone is its massive 6,000 mAh battery with 18W charging. However, the Xiaomi-owned brand will ship the phone with a 10W charger, so you need to buy an extra charger to take advantage of it. The chipset is not made by Qualcomm, Mediatek, or even Unisoc – it is JR510 by Shanghai-based JLQ and has four 2GHz CPU cores c and four more clocked at 1.5 GHz, while the GPU is Mali-G52. Performance-wise, we expect it to be near the Snapdragon 450 or Helio G35.

The Poco C40 was supposed to be unveiled globally today, but the Vietnamese subsidiary of the company got ahead of schedule and staged its own debut last week. It’s official today, using a chipset from a company you’ve probably never heard of. On the worldwide scene, the entry-level Poco C40 was unveiled. The display on the front is a 6.71-inch HD+ LCD with a waterdrop notch for the selfie camera. The fingerprint scanner is positioned on a large black island on the back of the device.

Highlights

  • There are two memory options of the Poco C40 – 3/32 GB and 4/64 GB, with the internal storage being expandable through microSD cards. Color options remain three on the global market – Black, Green, and Yellow, and Poco said in an official press release that “the price varies based on the regional availability”.

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