Xiaomi Poco F6 Got IMDA Certified Ahead of Global Launch; Coming Soon to Pakistan

Usama Rasool

We've been hearing a lot about the Poco F6 and its Pro sibling. It's going to materialize in Pakistan as soon as the global launch starts. For now, at least, it's gathering pre-requisite certifications. Singapore's IMDA is the most recent one to approve it. We believe it's also a sign of a nearing international launch. 

IMDA indexed it with model number 24069PC21G. The capital letter 'G' says the Poco F6 is a global variant. Similar to what we saw in the NBTC database that cleared the F6 in Thailand. Both certificates lack details, but the rumor mill has much to say. 

They say Poco F6 is just a rebrand. And it may be a Redmi Turbo 3 behind-the-scenes slapped on with a Poco sticker. So that will mean a 6.67" AMOLED, 120Hz clock, and 1.5k resolution.

Inside Poco F6 will be a monster Snapdragon 8s Gen 3. 12 GB RAM LPDDR5X and 512 GB UFS 4.0 storage is probable if the same spec sheet is in play. The Turbo 3 design will also reappear with Xiaomi Poco new mobile with different branding. Optics might also be the same with a dual camera set.

With Turbo 3, the first camera is 50MP, and the second shooter is ultrawide 8MP. But its selfies are 20MP with HDR 1080p/60FPS recording. It slots in a 5000 mAh battery with a 7.8mm thickness. And that cell is 90W PD 3.0 supported. These specs are inbound if the Poco F6 truly is a Redmi Turbo 3 rebrand. We'll eventually find out when it lands in Pakistan (probably on 23rd May).   


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