POCO M5 4G arrives in September with MediaTek processor


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POCO M5 4G arrives in September with MediaTek processor

POCO should soon reveal new mid-range smartphones, with the arrival of the POCO M5 4G. The model had some technical characteristics and its possible launch window revealed in a new rumor.

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the indian portal 91 Mobiles had access to some early news about the so-called POCO M5 4G. According to them, as its name implies, it will not support the 5G network. In this way, it will have a chipset that only supports the 4G connection, more specifically the MediaTek Helio G99, which should also be present in the future Infinix Note 12 Pro 4G.

POCO M4 5G is one of the latest models in the lineup (Image: Reproduction/Xiaomi)

It is possible that the new intermediary will bring, according to the website, a 6.58-inch screen with IPS LCD technology and Full HD + resolution, without details regarding possible support for a higher refresh rate. Regarding other details, it is expected to have a version with 6 GB of RAM and a fingerprint reader on the side, integrated into the power button.

It is also possible that it has a battery of 5,000 mAh capacity, with support for 33 W charging, as seen in several other devices of the brand today. As for connectivity, it should support dual-band Wi-Fi and also Bluetooth 5.0. POCO M5 4G should run Android 12 out of the box, even with Android 13 already available to the public a few days ago.

POCO M5 4G should arrive soon costing around R$1,000

Finally, it should be made official sometime in early September, but the exact date of the performance remains a mystery. Its price is expected to be close to R$960 in direct conversion, excluding national taxes.

Other information about him is still a mystery. In this way, it will be necessary to continue waiting for rumors and leaks, as well as for the presentation of the device itself. So follow Canaltech so you don’t miss any news.

Source: 91Mobiles