Spanish phone manufacturer BQ has teased the launch of a new flagship for its Aquaris lineup, the X Pro.
For the moment, the company has let loose only two snippets of information regarding the phone. The first, rendered attractively in the header, is a press image.
We can see a black finish, what looks to be an aluminium side rail, a curved glass rear and a fingerprint scanner. Indeed, from the picture it could be said that the X5 Pro bears a very close resemblance to the Xiaomi Mi 5, although this can’t be verified until it is seen in person.
Fortunately, a date has been set, with BQ due to reveal all at a press conference in Spain on the 14th of March.
Our second snippet concerns the specifications of the device. According to a GeekBench leak reported by The Gadget Ox (an unknown source, so take this with a pinch of salt), we can expect the phone to come with Android 7.1.1, 3GB of RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chipset. This would certainly be fitting of a mid-range device, which is what the X Pro is likely to be marketed as.
BQ has made a name for itself in recent years, offering compellingly powerful, well-designed handsets at a less than premium price point. Its devices are available in the UK, and across Spain and Germany, both from the manufacturer directly, and from Amazon.
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