At the end of our Poco C40 test, we had the suspicion that the price/value champion Xiaomi sub-brand had lost its price/value champion character. It’s not as if the previous price/value champion, Redmi, has more friendly prices these days, and the Note 12 isn’t expected to be cheap either, any piece or pieces from the five-person Chinese collection will visit here.
The alleged Poco X5 (source: Voompla) [+]
THE Poco X5 it could be a rebranded version of the Note 12 base model, only with Snapdragon 695 5G instead of Snapdragon 4 Gen 1, while the Poco X5 Pro sifting through Note 12 Pro Speed with Snapdragon 778G 5G chip. Now the former may fall Hardik Pandya in hand, and we googled itso that the reader doesn’t have to: it’s about an Indian cricket star, who certainly had access to the upcoming phone as part of some sort of Poco campaign, before it was snapped by the photographers.
Let’s take a look at the specifications of the Redmi Note 12, because you can get everything from the following in the X5: 6.67″ and 120 Hz Full HD Super AMOLED panel with 1200 nits dot luminance. 4/128 GB starter edition, but it may be international the 6/128 is about to visit the waters. 48 megapixel rear main camera, 8 megapixel ultra-wide, 2 megapixel macro and 13 megapixel selfie unit. Of course, you can’t miss the 5000 mAh giga-battery, which can be matched with a more modest 33 watt charger. There is a screw on the thing: India already got its Redmi Note 12, and the series is doing very well there so far, so it might not be worth it to repackage the same or something very similar there.