Poco M5 spotted on Thailand’s NBTC certification database, launch expected soon

Poco is expected to unveil its new M5 series of smartphones soon. The range would include the vanilla Poco M5 and the Poco M5, which could be a rebranded Redmi Note 10S. These models would have made the rounds of various certification sites. Now, a reliable tipster has spotted the vanilla Poco M5 on the website of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) of Thailand. Interestingly, the handset listed appears to be a 4G device. However, the NBTC listing does not reveal any other specifications of the smartphone.

The alleged Poco M5 with model number 22071219CG was Point based on NBTC database by tipster Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings). This apparently confirms that the handset would make its way to Thailand. The company has yet to announce details of the smartphone, including pricing and specs.

According to a recent report, the same Poco handset along with another model – 22071219CI – has also surfaced in IMEI, US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) databases.

The Poco M5 series is expected to run on MIUI 13 based on Android 12. It is supposed to support 2.5GHz and 5GHz dual-band Wi-Fi. Additionally, the rumors that the Poco M5s could be a rebranded version of the Redmi Note 10S. The report also suggests that the Poco M5s could launch in a blue colorway with 4GB+64GB, 4GB+128GB, and 6GB+128GB storage options.

Since the Poco M5s is supposed to be a rebranded Redmi Note 10S, it could also feature a 6.43-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with 1,110 nits of peak brightness. Under the hood, the Redmi handset packs a MediaTek Helio G95 SoC paired with a Mali-G76 MC4 GPU. It includes up to 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM and up to 128GB of UFS 2.2 storage.

For optics, the smartphone has a 64-megapixel quad rear camera setup. There’s also a 16-megapixel selfie camera placed in a centrally aligned punch-hole slot.


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