Sep 03, 2020 News
Poco phones have been far from just decent, as the fame and popularity they’ve received over the last couple of years has been nothing short of grand. The first iteration of the device, being the Poco F1 or Pocophone, took the world by storm, as it was considered to be one of the best releases of the year - the first time a phone at the price point of $300 gave flagship level specs for users. Ever since then the Xiaomi sub-brand has been doing pretty well, as they not only have a Poco F series, but also a Poco X series which has seen its own bit of attention.
Now, the Poco X3 seems to be coming to the market, as before anything has been revealed, a Spanish Youtuber actually gave a hands-on review of the phone, as the video has been taken down since. However, we do have screenshots of the video, to give you a clearer look at what the phone is going to look like.
The back of the camera has a circular camera module which houses 4 cameras inside that make the “X” shape, addressing the name of the phone itself. When you come towards the front side of the device, there’s a 6.67” LCD display panel which is said to go up to a 120Hz in refresh rate according to the youtuber. There’s also a punch-hole cutout for the 20MP front facing selfie camera, and a fingerprint scanner can also be seen on the side of the phone.
We also know that the Poco X3 NFC is also going to be the first phone to actually feature the Snapdragon 732G, a slight upgrade over the 730G which was already quite formidable in the performance department. Other specs include a 5,100mAh battery, which will be the largest a Poco phone has seen. The main camera is going to be 64MP, and will support 4K video capture at 30 fps. If we talk about the pricing of the phone, then it’s expected to drop at $225, a great price for such a phone, especially with the Snapdragon 732G on board along with the 120Hz display panel.