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Poco M3 leaked render shows a design that is not mainstream

20 November 2020 0

After a small gap of a month, Poco is now working on its next product launch. The Poco M3 is said to go official next week and is currently the talk of the town among buyers of the price segment. As we are getting closer to the event, a new Poco M3 leak has surfaced that reveals the product design in all its glory.

The Poco M3 render has been shared by 91Mobiles in collaboration with usually reliable tipster Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24). The first thing that you will notice straight away is the phone's unusual back panel design. It has a dual-tone finish featuring a big block in the upper half that seems like a glass slab. It includes a triple camera setup along with Poco branding on the right side.

This design looks similar to the OnePlus 8T Cyberpunk 2077 Limited Edition unveiled just a couple of weeks ago. Despite the striking similarities, it is unlikely that Poco is copying OnePlus here. One good reason to believe that is the small gap between the launch of these two phones. This suggests both phones were under development around the same time.

The phone is further shown with a notched display. It is a small-sized notch and resembles the waterdrop notch design. The render shows three color options i.e. Black, Yellow, and Blue.

As for rumored Poco M3 specs, the phone is tipped to arrive with a 6.53-inch Full HD+ display. It is rumored to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor and a 6,000mAh battery. It is expected that such a big battery will be supported by 18W fast charging.

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Poco M3 leaked render shows a design that is not mainstream
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