Coming soon: Poco X5 pro launch with 67W charging support

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Coming soon: Poco X5 pro launch with 67W charging support (Image:
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Delhi : The Poco X5 Pro smartphone could be unveiled soon in India. Yogesh Brar, claimed that the business would reveal the device by the end of this month. Poco CEO Himanshu Tandon recently made a suggestion that the Poco X5 series could debut in January or February.

Numerous certification websites have previously reported the existence of Poco X5 series phones. The smartphone is expected to include features in common with the Redmi Note 12 Speed Edition, which made its debut last week in China. It could arrive in India as the Poco X5 Pro.

Poco X5 Pro: Features to expect

  • Poco X5 Pro would have a 6.67-inch FHD+ OLED screen. It might support HDR10+, 10802400 resolution, and adaptive refresh rates up to 120Hz. The smartphone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor. It can be combined with up to 512GB of internal storage and up to 12GB of RAM.
  • The forthcoming Poco phone would have a 5,000mAh battery. It might support 67watt rapid 
  • charging. It might have a 16MP front-facing camera for selfies to serve as the camera. A 108MP primary sensor could be offered by the rear camera system.
  • A 2MP macro sensor and an 8MP ultra-wide sensor might be used with the primary camera.
  • A new C series phone has been unveiled by Poco in the meanwhile. The business has revealed the reasonably priced Poco C50 in India. A 6.52-inch water-drop notch panel with HD+ quality is included with the smartphone. The screen has a 60Hz refresh rate and a 120Hz touch sampling rate. The back of the smartphone has a pattern that resembles leather.
  • The device has a dual camera arrangement on the rear for optics. There is a second sensor linked with an 8MP AI main camera. The 5MP front-facing camera on the Poco C50 is ideal for selfies and video calls. The front and back sensors can both capture 1080p films at 30 frames per second.