The Poco X5 should be presented soon, and new performance tests have emerged with important information about the device. Details such as its processor, RAM, operating system and more were revealed.
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The device will come with Snapdragon 695 as the main performance component. Introduced in October 2021, the platform is already present in other brand models, such as the Poco X4 Pro 5G.
The component is made in a 6 nm process, and has two performance cores clocked at 2.21 GHz. Another six cores are focused on energy savings, operating at 1.80 GHz.
The test was performed on a unit with 8 GB of RAM, but other versions may be made available by the company. The operating system of the evaluated device is Android 12, possibly with the MIUI 13 interface.
With this set, the Poco X5 was able to obtain 693 points in single-core, and 2,113 in multi-core — reaffirming its intermediate character.
Poco X5 should be renamed Redmi Note 12
The Poco X5 has already been found in several certifications, including Anatel. The documentation shows that it has the same serial number as the well-known Redmi Note 12, and therefore it must just be a renamed version of the Xiaomi smartphone.
Its only relevant difference will be in the processor, as the Redmi Note 12 brings a more recent Snapdragon 4 Gen 1. However, the rest of the specs should be similar.
This means that the Poco X5 can bring a 6.67-inch screen with AMOLED technology. This panel should still feature Full HD+ resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels, and support for refresh rates at 120 Hz.
Its set of cameras can bring a main 48 MP, lined up with a 2 MP depth sensor. At the front, a 13 MP component should be responsible for selfies.
The construction of the Poco X5 should house a 5,000 mAh battery, with support for 33 W fast recharges through the USB-C port.
An official date for the launch of the Poco X5 has not yet been announced, but the appearance in performance tests indicates that it should be announced soon. Until its presentation, more information may be revealed through leaks.