While the flagship smartphones in the mobile industry often receive the most of the attention for their constant innovation, the entry-level and mid-range devices that are rarely discussed account for the majority of sales. They may go unmentioned in the media or even in friendly banter, but they are the true workhorses of the industry—the phones that the majority of people really use rather than merely aspire to.
The Poco C31, which debuted in September and was made available to the public in October of last year, is unquestionably one such gadget. This phone is most likely not even on the list when you think about Poco; it certainly isn’t the first one that springs to mind. Himanshu Tandon, the head of Poco India, claims that despite this, the company has so far been able to sell more than a million devices in India.
He declared the following in honour of the success of the phone:
The POCO C31 was primarily inspired by our customers’ desire for a smartphone with the POCO experience at an even lower cost. As a result, we concentrated on providing a device that performed well in order to redefine the smartphone experience. We have had tremendous success with POCO C31, which now rules the under $10,000 pricing range. The POCO C31 offers a seldom seen value-for-money option in its category thanks to a potent processor, a trio of cameras, and a sizable battery. For the second time in the C-series, the smartphone has received an incredible reaction even nine months after its introduction. This is a testament to the brand’s affection and trust from customers, and it gives us great motivation to continue improving.
The Poco C31 includes a 6.53-inch 60 Hz IPS LCD touchscreen, a triple rear camera system (a 13 MP primary camera, a 2 MP macro camera, and a 2 MP depth sensor), a 5 MP front-facing camera, and a 5,000 mAh battery. It begins at INR 8,190. Although its spec sheet is undoubtedly not the most interesting, it can now boast a thrilling accomplishment: it has joined the millionaires club.