POCO X5 series spotted on NBTC, TDRA, and BIS certification websites get to know what it suggests 

Ahead of the POCO X5 series launch in the market, the POCO X5 global version with model number 22101320G has now been spotted on NBTC, TDRA, and BIS certification websites. And the POCO X5 Pro has been found listed on the Bureau of Indian Standard certification with the model number 22101320I. Listing on these websites suggests that we are soon to witness this awesome phone in the market for users. This news has come to light through tipster username Abhishek Yadav on Twitter who wrote, “Poco X5 Pro 5G gets NBTC, TDRA & BIS Indian certification.

22101320G 22101320I

Poco X5 5G gets TDRA certification & BIS Indian certification.

22111317PI  22111317PG”.

The listing doesn’t reveal a lot about the phone though reports suggest that the model number of POCO X5 Pro reflects that it will be rebranded Redmi Note 12 Pro Speed Edition which was launched recently in China. And if you don’t know, the Redmi Note 12 Pro is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor. This smartphone comes with a .67-inch AMOLED display with a Full HD+ resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and 900 nits peak brightness.




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