Good, pretty and cheap: this Poco mobile is one of the bargains to take into account during the Miravia Evening Drop

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The Poco X5 5G has a Snapdragon 695 processor and has a 120 Hz refresh rate

 

When talking about cheap mobile phones, it is inevitable to mention Xiaomi’s Poco family. If you want a cheap smartphone, now, at Miravia, during its Evening Drop you can get the Poco X5 5G for 155 euros, a not inconsiderable price for a mobile phone with these features.

Xiaomi Poco X5 5G

Xiaomi Poco X5 5G

PVP in Miravia — 155.00 € AliExpress — 190.90 € FNAC — 245.00 € Xiaomi — 299.99

Buy Poco X5 5G smartphone at the best price

Poco X5 5G

Miravia has been celebrating, for a few minutes now, a new session of its well-known Evening Drop (which will be valid until 00:00). If you were looking for a cheap mobile phone, now you can get the Poco X5 5G for 155 euros. Its usual price is 299.99 euros, so you get a discount of 144.99 euros.

This Poco X5 5G It has a 6.67-inch AMOLED DotDisplay screen. Stands out for achieving 1,200 nits maximum brightness and its 120 Hz refresh rate. This translates into excellent performance and lower energy consumption.

With its thickness of only 7.98 grams and a weight of 189 grams, this is a very comfortable mobile to carry in your pocket. This available in three colors different: blue, green and black. Regarding its battery, although it has a standard capacity of 5,000 mAh, it supports fast charging of up to 33 W.

It has a Snapdragon 695 processor, which reaches a speed of up to 2.2 GHz and has 5G connection, something remarkable for a model of this price. His main camera is 48 MP and is accompanied by an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens and a 2MP macro lens.

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