Syma X25 Pro drone: Dual GPS and intelligent flight modes

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Syma X25Pro drone

After long absence, finally Syma strikes back with a nice GPS enabled drone called X25Pro. In addition to the precise GPS positioning system, the Syma X25 Pro features intelligent flight modes like Surround flight and Waypoint missions.

According to the manufacturer’s specs, the 7.4V – 1000mAh allows up to 12 minutes of flight. In case of low battery voltage, the drone will return autonomously to the take-off point.

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Like the Syma X8SW, this new X25 Pro is also equipped with HD camera with WiFi real-time image transmission. In order to allow capturing the best field of view, the camera allows remote angle adjustment.

Syma X25 Pro features and specs

  • GPS positioning system;
  • Headless flight mode;
  • Altitude hold;
  • One key take-off and landing;
  • Dual control mode (APP and RC)
  • Intelligent flight modes (Surround flight and Way-point mission);
  • HD camera with remote angle adjustment;
  • WiFi real-time image transmission (FPV);
  • Up to 12 minutes of flight autonomy.

Remote controller

In order to offer a more friendly design, Syma Toys gave up using the trimming buttons and the mainly useless LCD screen.

The X25Pro transmitter has in total four shoulder buttons, two on each side. Automatic take-off/landing can be engaged by short pressing the front-right shoulder button. 360 degree flip mode can be activated through the rear-right shoulder button.

Switching between flight speed rates can be done by short pressing the right control stick. By long pressing the same stick can be activated the headless flight mode.

Syma X25Pro package description

Included with the Syma X25Pro quadcopter

  • Remote Control;
  • Flight battery;
  • USB battery charger;
  • 1 set of spare propellers;
  • Screwdriver;
  • User manual.

1 COMMENT

  1. I’m a happy RC newbie! The Syma X25 Pro was my first quadcopter – and I am rapt!! It is such fun to fly. A little scary first few times – but getting more confident with each practice flight.
    I have found it important to start slow – don’t get carried away and fly high and far away – you will crash and possibly damage your precious drone. Flight time is nice, but few spare batteries are welcomed.
    One more thing, once you fly a drone, you become addicted and you will want more and more 😀

    Happy flying
    Marco from Italy

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