Under the motto “Exactly what you need”, the Xiaomi subsidiary Poco will present the new Poco X3 on September 7th as part of a global launch event. Equipped with the brand new Snapdragon 732G and confirmed NFC function, the Poco X3 should enable accelerated gaming in the middle class.
Exactly what you need! That sounds like a good deal. An NFC chip is also on board, which is not always a matter of course at Xiaomi (and the rest of the industry, see Microsoft Surface Duo) – and is even used in the name of the new Poco mid-ranger.
While the Poco X2 was primarily only launched in India at the beginning of the year, the Poco X3 should be available worldwide, at least the global launch event, which has now been confirmed for September 7th, suggests. The Snapdragon 732G, the new Qualcomm chip, is also confirmed, which is supposed to establish gaming features one level below the Snapdragon 765G and again lures with more performance, but without 5G support.
We most likely saw for the first time what the Poco X3 will look like last week, the back is a bit similar to the Redmi K30 series, but surprises with a very idiosyncratic-looking 64-megapixel quad camera. The 6.67 inch display, presumably an LCD, should be capable of a 120 Hz mode, plus we expect a 5,160 mAh battery with 33 watt fast charging support.
With the Poco X3, the second internationally available Poco phone of the year starts after the Poco F2 Pro (on Amazon from 390 euros), which started in China as the Redmi K30 Pro and recently also got the Redmi K30 Ultra, which but not identical to the Poco X3. In contrast to earlier Pocophones, the Poco X3 is apparently a completely independent product from China.
Source: Poco Global Twitter