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TECNO POVA 5 announced: Helio G99, 120Hz display, gamer design, and cooling system!

TECNO releases POVA 5 smartphone making it the successor to the POVA 4 last year.
TECNO POVA 5 announced: Helio G99, 120Hz display, Gamer design, and cooling system!

TECNO POVA 5 unveiled!

It seems the brand is marketing it as a gaming device with its mecha-inspired looks which they call Turbo Mecha design. As you can see it comes with unique metallic patterns and if you zoom in there seems to be a grippy texture both below and right corner of the back cover.

Facing it upward, the phone uses a 6.78-inch LCD (IPS) screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, 2460 x 1080 resolution, and 240Hz touch sampling rate.
Premium gaming design!
Premium gamer design!

Inside, the POVA 5 is powered by the 6nm MTK Helio G99 octa-core processor with Mali-G57 MC2 GPU. It is paired with an 8GB/256GB memory configuration and comes with a battery of 6,000mAh that charges using USB-C and a 45W adaptor.

TECNO claims that the phone can reach 50 percent battery in 21 minutes and will be full in 1 hour. Furthermore, the POVA 5 features Battery Lab 3.0 software which the brand says is intended for endurance, and STS Secure Battery technology for longevity.

In terms of camera, the phone has a 50MP primary shooter accompanied by a depth helper along with an 8MP selfie camera.

One of the highlights is the cooling tech used here. It now features a heat dissipation area of 10,749mm2 which is comprised of a 1399.65mm2 vapor chamber and a 9349.39mm2 graphene heat sink.

Other features noted are the z-axis leaner vibration motor and dual speakers with DTS Sound support.

Apparently, TECNO never mentioned the OS, it could likely come with an Android 13 though.
The FREE FIRE Edition
The FREE FIRE Edition

Tagging along with the POVA 5 is the POVA Neo 3, it comes with a similar design but toned down in the hardware such as the 6.82-inch HD+ display, Helio G85, 4GB/8GB and 128GB storage, 7,000mAh battery, 16MP primary shooter and 8MP for selfies.

Unfortunately, there's no price and availability information other than it will be offered first in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America.

Lastly, these devices will be offered in FREE FIRE editions similar to other Transsion devices.

Source: GSMArena

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