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POCO Mobile Price List

In this post, we have listed the latest price of all POCO mobile phones available. As a sub-brand of Xiaomi, POCO first made its debut with the Pocophone F1 back in August 2018. It did to POCO, what the OnePlus One did to OnePlus. The Pocophone F1 was the most affordable Snapdragon 845-powered phone at the time, which made it an instant hit among many. Especially gamers. Fast forward to now, POCO has matured into an independent company. Then again, it still shares its manufacturing and other resources with Xiaomi. Case in point, POCO had promised its very own Android skin called “POCO UI” to launch in 2021. But the company’s latest smartphones still ship with Xiaomi’s MIUI (with some POCO customizations) on top. Despite its dependency on Xiaomi, POCO has launched a few original design smartphones like the X3 Pro. Alongside the latest price, this list consists of specifications and overview of all POCO mobile phones.

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POCO Mobile Phones Price List (Latest Models)

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Poco: Brand Overview

POCO is a sub-brand of Xiaomi that specializes in smartphones. Since their initial team inside Xiaomi was small, they decided to name the brand "Poco" which means "a little" in Spanish. They launched their first smartphone in 2018 with Poco F1 which became an instant international hit. POCO became an "independent" brand in November 2020. But still sells rebranded Redmi phones as "new" POCO devices. One thing to note is that "POCO India" has a different logo, mascot, and slogan than the global brand.

POCO in Nepal

POCO entered the Nepalese market with its F1 phone which was widely popular. Hence, POCO is a beloved name very popular with smartphone enthusiasts. Today, it sells anything from budget Redmi devices to flagship Mi phones all rebranded under its POCO moniker. But things remained unclear for Nepalese fans when POCO India became an "independent" brand. Regardless, POCO officially returned to the Nepalese smartphone industry in 2020 with two phones: POCO C3 and POCO M2. And a few weeks later, POCO X3 debuted in the country as well. Regardless of the spin-off, it seems like Xiaomi and POCO will be under the same leadership here in Nepal. That also means the distribution of POCO smartphones in Nepal will be handled by Vatsal Impex and Teletalk. In terms of their price, all the POCO mobiles that are available today in Nepal are fairly competitive.

POCO C Series

POCO sells budget devices under the C Series. These offer large HD displays fueled by massive batteries. Under the hood, they have processors capable of handling everyday tasks without stutter or lag.

POCO X Series

If you're looking for a midrange POCO phone, you'll find that under the X name.  These often have smoother displays, more capable processors, and beefier camera systems. Pair that with large batteries and fast charging, you get yourself a complete package for a very competitive price.

POCO M Series

Somewhere in the middle of the C and X series are the POCO M devices. Gorilla Glass equipped & fast refreshing displays, midrange processors, more RAM, and better camera systems are the defining features of these phones. These generally speak to the youths with a tight budget looking for value devices with all-rounded specifications.

POCO F Series

Finally, POCO flagships are sold as F devices. These have (almost) flagship-grade chipsets with features like Gorilla Glass 5, 120 Hz, OLED, 12 GB RAM, 5G, and more. The camera systems also get a buff with a few extra bells and whistles. They have more distinctive designs and even faster charging speeds. But often they are just rebranded Mi devices sold under the POCO brand.

POCO Service Centers in Nepal

As mentioned before, Vatsal Impex is the official distributor of Xiaomi POCO products inside the Valley. Whereas Teledirect Pvt. Ltd is the distributor which sells outside Kathmandu. If there are any queries regarding the service or product not working properly, you can contact Vatsal Impex at 014229922. There are dozens of pickup points where people can get their POCO phones repaired. Some of the contacts associated with Xiaomi & POCO service centres:
  • Shop no-116 Lalitpur mall Karmachari Sanchaya Kosh Bhawan , lagankhel
  • Singh Complex, 1st Floor, Amarpath, Butwal
  • 1st Floor,Shree Lamxi Complex, Purano Bhansar Road, Sabjimandi Dhangadhi
  • Eyeplex Mall, 3 Floor, Baneshwor, KATHMANDU, PROVINCE NO,3,44600
  • Mahendrapool, Pokhara Mobile Tower, 1 Floor, Pokhara
  • KL Mall, 3 Floor, Lions Chowk, Naryanghat
  • Setu bk Chowk, Nepalgunj
  • National Gali, Itahari
  • Tamarakar Complex, 5th floor, Shop No 55, Pako Newroad, Kathmandu

POCO in Nepal: Conclusion

POCO has become one of the beloved smartphone sellers in Nepal over time. Its commitment to offering affordable and feature-rich smartphones has positioned it as a significant player in the Nepali market, providing consumers with accessible technology that meets their needs. Though mostly on the budget and midrange side, one out of every few POCO phones offers a stylized design appearing more premium. POCO products can be easily purchased from online platforms like Daraz and Hukut or via offline retail shops.