Poco has announced on its Twitter that the quartet of its phones available in India will now sell at a lower price. The Poco M2, Poco M2 Pro, Poco X3, and Poco C3 received various price cuts from INR1,500 to INR4,000, depending on the model and the storage options.
|Phone||Memory||Old price||New price|
|Poco C3||4/64 GB||INR 10,999 / $150||INR 8,499 / $115|
|Poco M2||6/64 GB||INR 12,999 / $175||INR 9,999 / $135|
|6/128 GB||INR 14,999 / $205||INR 10,999 / $150|
|Poco M2 Pro||4/64 GB||INR 16,999 / $230||INR 12,999 / $175|
|6/64 GB||INR 17,999 / $245||INR 13,999 / $190|
|6/128 GB||INR 19,999 / $273||INR 15,999 / $220|
|Poco X3||6/128 GB||INR 20,999 / $285||INR 17,999 / $245|
The portfolio of Poco includes a total of nine smartphones, meaning almost half of the Poco phones are now cheaper than ever. The entirely independent brand that is developing, manufacturing, and distributing its phones with the help of Xiaomi is offering the discounts only on Flipkart – they are still at their old prices on other websites like Amazon.
The Poco M2 Pro, Poco M2, and Poco C3 are also available in India under the names Redmi Note 9 Pro, Redmi 9 Prime, and Redmi 9. The main difference is Poco sells mostly online, keeping prices lower even before the discount.
The Poco X3 is the only one out of this quarter quartet that isn’t a rebranded Redmi. In our review, we found it to be a great all-around performer in its price category and now it has become even more attractive.