It seems that Poco is about to further expand its catalog, after the recent launch of the F2 Pro, which goes alongside the mid-range X2. In fact, there would be a new model coming soon: we are talking about POCO M2 Pro, which should in fact be a rebrand of Redmi Note 9 Pro, without excluding the presence of some improvements in the hardware.
M2 Pro, meanwhile, is approaching its launch and receiving the Bluetooth SIG and WiFI Alliance certifications. If you want to know what to expect, then you can take a look at our in-depth review of Redmi Note 9 Pro. An association, that with the recent Redmi device, which is based on the number associated with the model, namely M2003J6CI, which colleagues from XdaDevelopers have traced back to the code name “gram”: the same that can be found in the kernel of the source code on Redmi Note 9 Pro.
As for the specifications, there is still no precise information: but starting from the base of Note 9 Pro, we can imagine that if there were any changes they could concern the SoC, with a Snpadragon 720G that could take the place of the 700, and maybe some improvement of the photographic sector