The Redmi company just recently introduced a really powerful smartphone Redmi Notes 12 Turbo. It is intended only for the domestic Chinese market, but it will arrive on the global market under the name POCO F5.
According to the latest information, the POCO F5 smartphone should be introduced already on April 6. It is very likely because its software is already fully prepared.
The software is already ready
POCO F5 will exist in four variants, while each will figure in a different market. We are talking about models for the Indian, European, Russian and global markets.
Although the software is ready, the POCO F5 smartphone is unlikely to be unveiled next week. In addition, we have yet to see official renders of the device from vendors and other sources, which is already the norm, especially a few days before the show.
This leads to the opinion that the POCO F5 smartphone will arrive a little later. However, we are now waiting for a move from POCO, which should therefore officially announce the launch date.
The parameters are excellent
The Redmi Note 12 Turbo, from which the POCO F5 is supposed to be based, is a really interesting mid-range smartphone. It owes this mainly to its powerful processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 7+ Gen2. It is this one that has as much power as last year's flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
Besides, he is deployed 6,67-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution, 120-hertz refresh rate and maximum brightness of up to 1 nits.
The back side is the host 64-megapixel main camera with optical stabilization, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor and a 2-megapixel macro.
Battery with capacity 5 mAh support 67-watt charging. He found his place here Android 13 together with the superstructure MIUI 14 and also quality stereo speakers.
The price will probably be higher
In the case of prices, you have to prepare for the fact that the POCO F5 will cost more than Redmi Notes 12 Turbo in the domestic Chinese market. This results in the addition of VAT, customs duties and import costs.
The basic version of the Note 12 Turbo is converted to €270, so if we only add the Slovak VAT of 20%, we are at €324, and that does not include shipping and other costs that the manufacturer will incur when the phone is launched on the market. Realistically, we would see a price tag somewhere around €399, at least.
However, this is only our estimate and it may not be the case in reality. However, we still have to wait for official information.
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