POCO is set to back with a new phone, and unlike their previous offerings, this is the brand’s first all-original design. Called the POCO X3 NFC, the mid-range phone is a strong contender in the saturated segment with its Snapdragon 732G processor—in fact, it is the first phone to use the new Qualcomm processor.
While you get the same 6.67-inch punch-hole display as its predecessor, you get a smoother 120hz refresh rate with a 240hz touch sampling rate. The punch-hole is home to a 20-megapixel selfie snapper. You get a large 5160mAh battery with the POCO X3, along with the same 33w wired charging found on its predecessor.
For the cameras, the POCO X3 has a quad-rear camera setup with a uniquely-shaped camera module. Headlining the module is a 64-megapixel f/1.79 camera.
While we are waiting for more details about the POCO X3 on September 7, TheTechnoclast.com spotted the Xiaomi Global Shopee store accidentally leaking the prices, indicating a Php 10,990 price tag for the standard model and Php 12,990 for the premium model—which we assume means more RAM and storage. Those alleged prices will create a stir in the mid-range market, as they are incredibly priced for a phone with a Snapdragon 7-series processor.