Many of us know that Xiaomi has a strategy to rebrand pre-existing devices. The reason is that Xiaomi brands are using the same supply chains and factories. According to many rumors, the new Poco device with a model number of M2010J19CG is not an exception. And if nothing accidental, it will be the renamed Redmi Note 10.
A new Xiaomi Poco smartphone has passed the EEC (Euroasian Economic Commission) certification. It is the first time that this Poco device passes any certification website and goes by the model number. The research shows that a couple of weeks ago a Redmi device with a model number of M2010J19SC has passed MIIT certification. According to many speculations, this is a base to believe that the new Poco device is a rebranded Redmi smartphone. There is every reason to think we are dealing with the Redmi Note 10.
Furthermore, Poco’s regional director Anuj Sharma believes that Xiaomi will follow the rebranding tactic in the future. This means that we will still see Poco models based on Xiaomi smartphones. He also confirmed that they will continue to install the MIUI shell on their devices because the creation of their firmware is not included in their plans for the foreseeable future.
Thus, we conclude that the new and young Xiaomi smartphones are as reliable as the previous and experienced models. In other words, Xiaomi does not jeopardize its smart things with tangible improvisations. It goes without saying that rebranding includes several changes, but the whole essence is very similar.