Poco community launched in India: Here’s everything you need to know about it

Poco India has started accepting applications from its users to start their beta testing process.

Poco community launched in India: Here's everything you need to know about it
Poco launches community app. (Photo Credits: Poco India)

Poco has recently launched its community app called the Poco Community in India. Poco had diminished from Xiaomi last year. According to the company, this new platform is meant to bring all the fans together who were advising for the Poco brand to come under one roof. This community is made for all those who want regular updates on the latest developments of the company.

The launch of this community comes almost a year after the government banned Xiaomi’s Mi community in India. This community was amongst the 59 other apps that were banned last year.

What is the latest on this?

  • To initiate the process of the Poco Community, Poco India has started taking in applications for its beta testing process. It is asking its users information such as- full name, date of birth, and email ID. The company is also asking for social media handles from its users.
  • Once this step is completed they would then ask its users some questions to understand the knowledge of applicants about the brand.

The company has not shared any exact information on when the community forum will be launched for all successful applicants. It is still unclear if the company will provide early access to their software updates or any future announcements which will happen via this channel.

Poco India General Manager C Manmohan confirmed to Gadgets 360 their plans regarding the setup of a community forum. This forum he says will help spread brand awareness among youngsters. The company is trying to compete with other brands like Realme and One Plus who too have their community pages.

Xiaomi was one of the first companies to develop a community. This move was aimed at transforming all its loyal customers into stakeholders who could discuss and give suggestions. However, all of this came to a halt when the government banned the Mi community.