Poco Pad 5G spotted on Bureau of Indian Standards website ahead of global debut


POCO recently launched its first tablet in the global market called the POCO Pad. This mid-range tablet is marketed as a multimedia and productivity-focused device as it comes with a high-resolution display in the 16:10 aspect ratio. Currently, Poco offers a Wi-Fi-only model of the tablet, however, it looks like a 5G model might be on its way to India.

The Poco Pad 5G with model number 24074PCD2I has been spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards certification website. This seems to be the POCO Pad 5G connectivity variant, as its model number closely resembles that of the Redmi Pad Pro 5G. For reference, the Redmi Pad Pro 5G, which recently launched in China has the model number 24074RPD2I. Other than the added 5G connectivity, we expect the remaining specifications to be the same as the Wi-Fi-only Poco Pad.

Poco Pad

Poco Pad 5G expected specs:

The Poco Pad 5G will likely come with a 12.1-inch 120 Hz LCD display, offering a 2.5K resolution with a 16:10 aspect ratio and 600 nits of peak brightness. The tablet will offer DC dimming to reduce the strain on your eyes when you are using the tablet at lower brightness levels. The tablet will be certified with Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision support for enhanced video streaming.

Poco Pad Display

Under the hood, the tablet will be powered by the Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 SoC, paired with up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB storage. Like the Wi-Fi-only model, the 5G variant is also expected to feature a microSD card slot that supports up to 1.5TB storage expansion.

For optics, we can expect an 8 MP sensor on both the front and back sides of the tablet. The battery onboard is expected to be of 10,000mAh capacity paired with 33W fast charging. And last but not least, it will likely come with an Android 14-based HyperOS operating system out of the box.


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