A winning mix of outstanding graphics provided by a premium AMOLED display and cutting-edge photography capabilities is claimed by Poco, a sub-brand of Xiaomi, in its announcement of the X5 Pro.
Because Poco is a more cheap line of smartphones, customers shouldn’t anticipate the same high-end experience as a top-of-the-line Xiaomi camera. However, Poco does appear to include quite a few flagship-level capabilities in areas most important to a content maker. The X5 Pro prioritizes its camera and content creation features, in contrast to the Poco F4 GT, which does not.
A great handheld for taking or watching pictures and videos is the Poco X5 Pro. According to the manufacturer, the 6.67-inch Flow AMOLED panel boasts 10-bit depth, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage, and Dolby Vision support. The manufacturer also claims that it has 1920Hz PWM dimming, intended to protect readers’ eyes when reading and improve nighttime use, including the experience of taking nighttime images.
A 108MP sensor that Poco advertises as being on par with premium models supports that display. Poco claims it can offer high-resolution imagery and capture even the smallest detail and color in dim environments. The camera can record video in up to 4K resolution, and according to the manufacturer, it includes several modes that make it easier to create vlogs.
The Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset, which powers the X5 Pro, Poco claims to enable quicker performance than previous generations’ smartphones: overall photography is up to 69% faster. At the same time, night mode operations are 38% faster. The company is also launching the regular Poco X5, which replaces the Snapdragon 778G 5G CPU with the 695 chipsets, with a less expensive and less accurate-in-color display and battery, and only supports 33W fast charging.
The Poco X5 Pro 5G will be available in three color options: black, blue, and yellow, as well as two storage and speed configurations. Green, Blue, and Black will be the available colors for the Poco X5 5G.
More info on Poco’s website.