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POCO F6 Noticed on IMEI Certification, Pointing Towards Its Imminent Launch

A lot of rumors and leaks have been spreading all across the internet regarding the POCO F6, which has been in the limelight for a while now. With that, some of the leaks with respect to the key specifications have just surfaced over the internet, which significantly point towards its imminent launch. 

The rumored POCO F6 is probably arriving soon, featuring several amazing features and specifications. Compared to its predecessor model, the device boasts upgraded features and improvements. Simultaneously, according to the information shared by GSMChina, the new POCO F6 is significantly noticed on the IMEI certification, where the device has two different model numbers, including 24069PC21G, which signifies the global version, while the other one, 24069PC21I, is the Indian version, respectively. 

The POCO F6 is reportedly the rebranded version of the Chinese model, the Redmi Note 13 Turbo. In contrast, through the leaked IMEI certification, the POCO F6 has been given the codename Peridot, which is a yellow-colored ruby stone and a kind of mineral. Usually, the Redmi Note series codenames devices after gemstones, providing a crucial hint that the POCO F6 is codenamed Peridot.

In addition, POCO has equipped the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 in the F5, while it’s expected that the POCO F6 might be incorporated with the next generation’s powerful SM8635, which is Qualcomm’s upcoming chipset. Also, it’s highly expected that POCO might launch the F6 somewhere in April, following the launch of the Redmi Note 13 Turbo in March.

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POCO F6 Noticed on IMEI Certification

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Prashant

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