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The upcoming Poco X6 5G seems to be a rebranded Redmi Note 13 Pro 5G



The Poco X6 line of devices is still shrouded in mystery, but we have seemingly started to piece some details together. Recently we learned through an NBTC certification in Thailand that the Poco X6 Pro will likely be the international variant of the Chinese Xiaomi Redmi K70E.

Now, in a somewhat similar development, a GeekBench entry was spotted for a Xiaomi 23122PCD1G – a model number that has been linked to the Poco X6 5G model name through references found in the MIUI source code as well as on the GSMA IMEI Database. The GeekBench listing confirms that the tested device in…



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