Beryllium / POCOPHONE: SD 845 Flagship Device from Xiaomi Headed to India

Xiaomi Phone with Notch

Xiaomi, the Chinese Android smartphones manufacturer has been lately very active in Asian market with its affordable good build quality products. Continue with this trend, it seems like Xiaomi is set to tap Indian market (having more than 1 billion population). According to our friends at XDA, Xiaomi may release a flagship device named “Beryllium / POCOPHONE” in India.

Beryllium / POCOPHONE form Xiaomi for India

Xioami have recently trademarked a new brand called POCOPHONE, so this new 2018 flagship device may come under this new brand. As rumored, there is a Xioami device with no MIUI or company branding on it. They may launch Beryllium under POCOPHONE name for Indian and International Audience.

Xiaomi Beryllium POCOPHONE Design

Found references in firmware files obtained from FunkyHuawei, the new flagship device has 18:9 ratio display. It may follow 2018 flagship trend and may come with notch for earphone, camera and sensors. According to files, this new POCOPHONE or Beryllium will come with 4000 mAH battery, Android Oreo 8.1 and Dual Cameras. Unfortunately, it seems like there will be headphone jack or SD card slot as well. Below are the expected or rumored Specification of Xiaomi Beryllium.

Xoiaomi Beryllium POCOPHONE Model

Beryllium / POCOPHONE Specifications

Beryllium Specifications 
CPUQualcomm Snapdragon 845 with Adreno 630 GPU
DisplayLCD with notch. 18:9 aspect ratio.
StorageNo SD card slot
Battery4,000 mAh battery
SoftwareAndroid 8.1 Oreo
FingerprintYes, but not in-display
CameraDual cameras. Optical zoom support.

Though keep in mind, above specification may have changed and are not final. It is common that final device may have some updated specs or even hardware. The software file used to extract information was form March 2018. It is certain the new device is under development but with time things may have changed a little bit.

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