In India, the Poco C55 made its debut. It was first indicated at the previous week, and some further information was later revealed.
The promotional images of the C55 emphasize the faux leather back with ornamental stitching, which imparts a sophisticated appearance to the phone. Despite being a C-series device, the C55 is expected to be reasonably priced, and the exact amount will be revealed during the live launch event. The C55 will be available for purchase through a collaboration with Flipkart.
Xiaomi has kept quiet regarding the specifics of the hardware components used in the C55. Only vague details have been disclosed, such as the phone’s nameless chipset achieving a score of over 260K points on AnTuTu and the company claiming that the C55 will outpace all other phones in its category.
In any case, if you’re curious, you could take a quick look at the Redmi 12C for a preview. There have been rumors that the Poco C55 is derived from that particular model.
In January of this year, Poco unveiled the C50, which operates on the Helio A22 chipset with Android 12 Go Edition and starts at a price of ₹6,500. The C50 features a back panel with a faux leather texture but lacks the decorative stitching seen on the C55.