Poco X3 will be launched in India on September 22nd at 12 noon, the brand announced on Twitter. The Poco X3 is expected to be a slightly tweaked variant of the Poco X3 NFC, which was launched in European markets last week. While the tweet doesn’t provide any further details about the phone, the dedicated Flipkart teaser page reveals the presence of the Snapdragon 732G SoC, just like the Poco X3 NFC. It is currently unclear whether there will be a launch event for the Poco X3 or just an announcement.
Poco India went on Twitter to announce that the Poco X3 will arrive in the country on September 22nd at 12 noon (12 noon). Poco India’s 10-second teaser video shows the front and back of the phone with a hole design for the selfie camera and a quad rear camera setup. Like other Poco phone models, the Poco X3 is also sold through Flipkart.
Poco X3 price in India (expected)
As already mentioned, the Indian variant Poco X3 is likely to be a slightly optimized version of the Poco X3 NFC that was launched on the European market. While there is no information on the prices for the Indian variant, the Poco X3 NFC costs for the basic storage variant 6 GB + 64 GB 229 EUR (approx. 1
In particular, a recent report claimed that the Poco X3 will be priced at Rs. 18,999 or Rs. 19,999 in India, presumably for the basic variant.
Poco X3 specs (expected)
The Poco X3 has a larger battery than the Poco X3 NFC. It should also come with an 8 GB RAM variant, which is higher than the two models of the Poco X3 NFC. If the rest of the specifications stay the same, the Poco X3 has a 6.67-inch Full HD + display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G SoC. The phone comes with a quad rear camera that includes a 64-megapixel Sony IMX682 primary sensor, a 13-megapixel 119-degree wide-angle sensor, a 2-megapixel depth sensor, and a 2-megapixel macro shooter. On the front there is a 20-megapixel sensor for selfies, which is housed in the hole-punch. The phone supports 33W fast charge and has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.
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