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Redmi K40S’s global version is available on Geekbench and may be released as a POCO F4.

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Redmi K40S's global version is available on Geekbench and may be released as a POCO F4.
Redmi K40S


The Redmi K40S launched in China is codenamed Munch and comes with an ID number 222021211RC. The international version of the phone with model number 22021211RG was recently observed on Geekbench in just one week of the launch of the first.

There’s a reason we hear about the International version of the Redmi K40S (previously known as Redmi K50). It has been acknowledged by various organizations before, and it even has an Indian version with the model number 22021211RI.

Based on the most recent certifications, the phone is expected to launch in the next few months under POCO branding and POCO branding outside the mainland of China. This phone has been thought to be called”the POCO F4. The phone is expected to be rebranded using India’s similar name and logo.

If we are talking about specifications, it’s likely to have the same features as Redmi K40S. Redmi K40S. But, there could be slight variations in the design and layout on the rear.

So, we can expect the POCO F4 and that of the POCO F4 to feature the 6.67-inch FHDand 120Hz AMOLED display. Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC that has UFS 3.1 storage 48MP (wide OIS) + 8MP (ultra-wide) + 2MP (macro) triple camera system with 20MP selfie camera with dual stereo speakers, and amounted fingerprint reader on the side, which is built on Android 12 with a battery capacity of 4500mAh and a 67W fast charging.

POCO has not yet announced the arrival of the previously announced POCO F4.

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