- Poco is a subsidiary of Xiaomi
- It is predatory and produces very interesting phones
- However, some steps are embarrassing, such as this one
No need to introduce Chinese Poco. This offshoot Xiaomi already in the smartphone market, it already functions as a well-established and, to the eye, a separate brand. In addition, from the perspective of global sales, it is doing great and the strategy of offering interesting devices at an almost unbeatable price seems like a sure bet. Users also acknowledge this, because for a relatively small amount of money they mostly get a lot of music.
Old Xiaomi, “new” Poco
But not all that glitters is gold. A minor brake on an otherwise well-traveled train may be the fact that many of these phones seem to have fallen out of the eye of those from Xiaomi. Then they more or less only look like a rebrand, which only boasts a different logo. And why are we talking about it?
The answer is obvious. In India, “new” sports wireless headphones are currently undergoing certification Poco Wireless Neckband. There would be nothing so special about it if it were not, say, an almost archaic piece that we know well in our market. The design and design is nothing more than the original Xiaomi Mi Bluetooth Neckband.
Headphones that were trendy once
These represent affordable pips that offer relatively high-quality sound, strong bass, and thanks to the connecting bridge behind the neck, one does not have to fall out of his ears during outdoor activities. The disadvantages are the (logically) lack of ANC, any increased resistance or insignificant medium range.
With a price tag that oscillates around 1,000 crowns, this is not a futile purchase. However, it makes sense to put them back on the market under the brand Little? That’s the question. It should also be noted that the headphones with a bridge on the neck were a kind of intermediate stage between the classic wired headphones and today’s usual true wireless pips or plugs. And although they can’t take away some practicality, there are definitely no trends.
Will he arrive in the Czech Republic?
Given the number of phones distributed so far, good “party” headphones are literally on offer, but why not own and only and only taken over? However, we have no idea if they will visit us at the moment, but we generally do not see a reason why not.
What would you say about such older headphones? Would you take them more than modern true wireless?
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