POCO Pop Buds will be the crowdsourced name of the company’s first TWS earphones

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A couple of weeks ago, C Manmohan, General Manager of POCO India announced that the brand is working on a pair of TWS earbuds. Yesterday, the GM took to Twitter yet again and shared a poll, asking fans to choose the name for the new product. Of the four options available, the moniker – POCO Pop Buds – won by a comfortable margin, amassing over 40 percent of the votes.

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POCO officially announced its foray into the TWS category last month, via a crowdsourcing poll on Twitter. Yesterday, POCO’s GM adopted a similar strategy and shared a poll on his Twitter page, imploring fans to choose the name of Poco’s TWS earbuds. The options for the poll included POCO Move Buds, Klip Buds, Pop Buds, and POCO Funkz. As mentioned previously, POCO Pop Buds got the highest share of votes (42.4% out of a total of 21,416 votes). 

To add to this engagement, C Manmohan, General Manager, POCO India said, “Hey POCO fans, a few weeks back, we asked you which product we should bring next and you chose TWS (earbuds). We’re happy to announce that we’re a step closer in making it a reality and want your help in choosing a name for it. Vote and let’s know what we should call it.”

To recap POCO India’s year so far, the brand has launched one smartphone in the country dubbed the POCO X2, which is a sub Rs 20,000 handset. The standout feature of the Poco X2 is undoubtedly its segment-first, 120Hz display. For more information on the POCO X2, head on over to our YouTube channel, where we’ve tested the smartphone thoroughly. With brands like Apple, Realme, OPPO, and Xiaomi having a TWS earbud to their name, it was only a matter of time before POCO jumped in on the action too. 

What do you guys think will be the price of the POCO Pop Buds in India? Comment down below. 

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