Xiaomi’s Redmi sub-brand launched three impressive new value flagship phones in China last week, including its first phone with a Snapdragon 870 chipset. While Redmi hasn’t confirmed any plans of launching the Redmi K40 series in global markets yet, a new FCC listing suggests the vanilla Redmi K40 could make its way to markets outside China as a POCO phone.

The FCC listing reveals POCO’s next phone will carry the same model number as the Redmi K40. This is actually not the first time that the POCO device with the M2012K11AG model number has been spotted online. Last month, the device was listed on the IMDA certification website with the POCO F3 moniker. The listings seem to all but confirm that the Redmi K40 will launch globally as the POCO F3 to challenge the best Android phones in the highly competitive value flagship segment.

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