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Poco X3 Pro launch set for March 30th; renders and pricing leaked

16 March 2021 0

Poco has officially announced that it is ready to launch its next smartphone on March 30th. The announcement was made via Twitter where the brand is touting the event as the "biggest Poco launch of the year". The marketing tagline for the phone is "When Power Meets Speed" and while the brand has not made the name official yet, it is speculated to be the much-rumored Poco X3 Pro.

Just a day after the event data revelation, a well-known tipster Ishan Agarwal has leaked official Poco X3 Pro renders revealing all the color options. There will be three colors named Phantom Black, Metal Bronze, and Frost Blue. The phone has a simplistic back panel design except for the big camera module and a big Poco branding. The module houses a total of four cameras and an LED flash. The phone also seems to be sporting a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

There is another report coming from a DealnTech publication based on a spotted product listing. The Poco X3 Pro smartphone has been listed with two configuration options: 6GB RAM with 128GB storage and 8GB RAM with 256GB storage. These will be available with all the color variants. The pricing of the two configuration models is tipped to be EUR 269 and EUR 319 respectively.

The Poco X3 Pro is rumored to be the much-awaited Poco F1 processor. It is also speculated to sport a display with a 120Hz refresh rate but it could be either LCD or AMOLED panel. There is expected to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 processor and battery capacity will be 5,200mAh.

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Poco X3 Pro launch set for March 30th; renders and pricing leaked
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