Poco had been teasing some of the features of its upcoming mid-range smartphone. The Poco X3, on social media over the past week or so. The company has today gone ahead and confirmed that the Poco X3 will be launched on 7th September via a virtual online event. It will arrive as a successor to the Poco X2, which made its India debut earlier this year.
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The dispatch date was uncovered by the authority @PocoGlobal Twitter account prior to the previous evening. The tweet, appended underneath, alludes to the forthcoming gadget as the Poco X3 NFC. It’s uncertain why the organization is underlining the way that it’s up and coming mid-officer will uphold NFC for installments on tap and metro rides, despite the fact that it’s a truly basic component in telephones nowadays.
Poco X3: Specs and Features
We definitely realize that Poco X3 will highlight an inside punch-opening pattern on the front, a 120Hz LCD board. A side-mounted unique mark sensor (serves as a force button), and a quad-camera cluster on the back. The organization has affirmed that you will locate a 64MP essential sensor on the back in an ongoing post on Twitter.
Several hours back, Angus affirmed that Poco X3 will be the world’s first telephone to be fueled by the new Snapdragon 732G chipset from Qualcomm. It’s a replacement to the Snapdragon 730G chipset found onboard its ancestor. You will likewise have up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of underlying stockpiling.
The smartphone has now also shown up on Geekbench, giving us a brief idea about the performance of this chipset. You can see the Poco X3’s Geekbench score attached down below:
Poco X3 is likewise affirmed to show up with 33W quick charging help – equivalent to the Poco M2 Pro in India. The talk factory proposes that the cell phone will come furnished with an enormous 5,160mAh battery.
The Chinese monster will formally take the wraps off the Poco X3 one week from now, offering us a first glance at another plan (not a rebrand) and potentially, the best worth for-cash mid-go telephone. There is as of now no data on when the Poco X3 will advance toward India.