POCO X5 and POCO X5 Pro launch is set for February 6th


After extensive leaks that confirmed the specs and the design of the POCO X5 series, we finally have a launch date. POCO has confirmed the arrival of the POCO X5 Pro in India on February 6th. Although there is no mention of the POCO X5 in this teaser, we assume the phone will launch alongside. On the same day, the phones will likely reach global markets.

The teaser on Flipkart confirms the phone’s launch date and comes with the “Unleash X” tag. The shot also features India Cricketer and Captain of Gujrat Taitains IPL Team, Hardik Pandya, which is the brand ambassador. We can see the POCO X5 Pro in its stylish POCO Yellow color option.


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POCO X5 Pro launch details

The POCO X5 Pro will hit India on February 6th at 5:30 PM IST in India, and which is 20:00 GMT+8 for Global fans. Apparently, the POCO X5 5G will be absent in the Indian party, but the smartphone will launch globally. The POCO X5 5G is based on the Redmi Note 12 5G which has been available in China since earlier this month. However, it brings a better CPU. The vanilla may launch in India later this year.


The POCO X5 Pro will launch in India and globally as a rebranded Redmi Note 12 Pro Speed. The phone features a 6.67-inch Full HD+ AMOLED screen with a 120 Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, we have the biggest improvement over the X4 Pro. The phone carries the Snapdragon 778G CPU with the Adreno 642L GPU. It will come in variants with 6 GB + 128 GB, 8 GB + 128 GB, and 8 GB + 256 GB.

In terms of optics, the Pro will bring a triple-camera setup with a 108-Megapixel primary camera. There will also be an 8-Megapixel ultrawide snapper and a 2-Megapixel macro sensor. For selfies and video calls, there is a 16 MP selfie shooter. The POCO X5 Pro draws its power from a 5,000 mAh battery with 67W fast charging.

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