Poco C50 tipped to launch on January 3, Poco X5 5G visits FCC

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Poco India announced the Poco C50 would be available for sale in the Indian markets in late November, but the launch was delayed due to some unknown reasons. The C50 is the first device to come from Poco in C series. The folks over 91mobile said that the Poco C50 will launch in India on January 3rd.

The Poco C50 is rumored to a rebranded version of the Redmi A+, which has got 6.52-inch HD+ display, and draws power from its MediaTek Helio A22 chipset. It also has a 5,00mAh battery, 8MP rear camera, 5MP and front camera. Poco says C50 will be a “budget disrupter” and an “overall package” that will deliver “stellar camera performance, immersive multimedia experience,” and “long battery life with a sleek design.”

Poco has got another mid-range X series phone in the works. The Poco X5 5G is once again visiting a certification authority platform. As some of you might recall, the handset has already BIS and FCC a few days ago. It’s now taken a step closer to an official launch by grabbing certification from the NBTC authority in Thailand.

The NBTC certification doesn’t give us any basic idea on its specifications, but it mentioned the model number as 22111317PG. This model number is implying that it could be a rebranded or tweaked version of the Redmi Note 12 5G, which is already available in the China.

Fast-forward to now, the same device has appeared on the FCC and BIS certification websites with model numbers 22101320I for the Indian version and 22101320G for the global one. FCC website mentioned a 4,900 mAh battery, along with the usual details on its network connectivity such as dual-band Wi-Fi and 5G with support for n5, n7, n38, n41, n77 and n78 5G bands.

Specs wise, the Poco X5 5G is rumored to have 120Hz display, powered by Snapdragon 778G+ chipset, and will ship with MIUI 14, which also carries all the goodies of Android 13 under the hood.

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