Poco Pad 5G expected with 10000mah battery 33W charging spotted on Bureau of Indian Standards launch soon details

Poco Pad 5G is once again in the news. This was launched by the company last month Poco Pad This is the 5G version of the tablet which the company is going to launch at the global level. But along with this it will also be launched in India. Speculations have intensified about what specifications the company can give in the 5G version. The tablet can be launched in India very soon. Because it has received the certification of Bureau of Indian Standards. Let’s know the latest update.

The 5G version of the Poco Pad is close to being launched in the country. The Poco Pad was launched by the company last month as its first tablet. Poco Pad 5G Now the company is preparing to launch it in India as well. The tablet has been spotted on the Indian certification site BIS. The model number of the tablet 24074PCD2I has been seen here. Along with this, its specifications have also been released recently. Reports are tentatively mentioned in.

Poco Pad 5G can have a 12.1-inch LCD display. It will have a 120Hz refresh rate. It can come with a 16:10 aspect ratio. It can have a peak brightness of 600 nits. The tablet will also have a DC dimming feature which will prevent it from having a bad effect on the eyes. It can have a 2.5K resolution. It can come with Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision support. That is, content viewing can also be fully enjoyed in the tablet.

For processing, Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 SoC can be seen in the tablet. With which 8GB RAM and 256 GB storage can be seen. Along with this, MicroSD card support can also be given in it, which will increase the storage. For the camera, it can have an 8-megapixel sensor on the front and back side. The device is likely to come with 33W fast charging feature along with 10,000mAh battery. It can run on Android 14 based HyperOS.

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