The design is familiar from somewhere.
Don’t worry, dear reader, if you’re embarrassed by looking at the renders below, or if you’re confused by the names listed. This is because Xiaomi and its sub-brands tend to launch different phones with the same name at the same time or relab the same device to a different title. There is, for example, what is known to us Redmi Note 10 Pro, with a great 4G mobile AMOLED panel and 108 megapixel main camera, but it’s not quite the same as the Indian Redmi Note 10 Probecause it wears the 64 megapixel main camera and the Note 10 Pro Max got 108 megapixels over there.
The official render of the Poco X3 GT (source: 91mobiles) [+]
Then there’s the Chinese Redmi Note 10 Pro, which is already a 5G piece with a MediaTek Dimensity 1100 chip, but with a field IPS panel and a 64-megapixel camera, and the July 28 launch Little X3 GT it is so similar to it that it seems to be a simple relabelling. If so (and why not), you can expect a 6.6 “FHD + panel with a 5,000 mAh battery and up to 67 watts of fast charging, and RAM and storage allocation of up to 8/256 GB.
(source: 91mobiles) [+]
It is also a question of exactly in which markets this Poco may appear, because who knows: the Chinese Redmi Note 10 Pro may even get a different name elsewhere, say with the prefix Mi. And of course, without claiming completeness, there is also the Redmi Note 10, a Note 10 5G, A Note 10T 5G, a Note 10S and the naming chaos doesn’t stop at this Xiaomi brand, just think of the Mi 11 series.