The much-awaited Xiaomi's Poco X6 series is set to launch on January 11, with two smartphones, the Poco X6 and Poco X6 Pro.
The company has initiated teasers for these upcoming devices. Last year, Xiaomi introduced HyperOS in China, and it seems the company is expanding its presence in India
Poco has officially confirmed that the X6 Pro will run on Xiaomi's latest operating system, the HyperOS, right from the start.
In a recent post on the X platform (formerly Twitter), the official Poco India page announced that the upcoming Poco X6 Pro will feature Xiaomi's innovative HyperOS.
The Poco X6 Pro is speculated to be a rebranded version of the Redmi K70e, recently launched in China. Similarly, the Poco X6 is expected to be a rebranded variant of the recently launched Redmi Note 13 Pro.
The company has confirmed that the Poco X6 Pro will be launched with the company's Android 14-based HyperOS. These phones are set to be unveiled on January 11 in both the Indian and global markets.
However, it should be noted that Xiaomi has not yet rolled out this latest operating system for all phones. Even the recently launched Redmi Note 13 5G series provides users with the older MIUI 14.
HyperOS is the new operating system from the company, which it rolled out in China last year. At that time, the company released it exclusively for selected devices.
The company has positioned it as an improvement over MIUI, offering features such as fast boot time, UI tweaks, and animations.
The POCO X6 Pro will feature the MediaTek Dimensity 8300 Ultra processor, coupled with vapor cooling. The device may sport a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate.
It is expected to have a triple rear camera setup consisting of 64MP + 8MP + 2MP. On the front, the company might offer a 16MP selfie camera.
Powering the device could be a 5500mAh battery with support for 90W fast charging.