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Poco M3 Pro first leak reveals full design and color options

13 May 2021 0

Just after Poco confirmed the existence of the M3 Pro, a leak surfaced to tell you more about the phone. In fact, the leak claims to reveal the full design of the Poco M3 Pro. The well-known tipster Ishan Agarwal has shared the renders of the alleged Poco M3 Pro and revealed what the company has planned for us.

As per the renders, the alleged Poco M3 Pro phone has a punch-hole on the display and the back seems to be carrying a triple camera setup. The camera module looks to be perfectly flushed inside the back panel. The big Poco branding can be seen beneath this rectangular camera module. The volume rocker and the power button are situated on the right edge of the phone.

In an interview with a tech publication, the Global Head of Poco confirmed that the M3 Pro will soon join the vanilla M3 model. Apart from this, he also confirmed a few other important aspects, including a processor from MediaTek.

As revealed by the company itself and now evident in the renders too, the Poco M3 Pro will come in three color options – grayish-black, blue, and the company’s signature yellow color. Also, as revealed by the executive and now apparent from the renders as well, M3 Pro has 5G support, first in the Poco M-series.

Rewrapping what the company’s global head had said in the interview, the M3 Pro is going to support a high refresh rate, another improvement over the standard M3 phone. One more important thing to notice is that the Poco M3 Pro 5G is going to replace the Poco X3 NFC. Also, it will be releasing the M3 Pro 5G phone at a similar price point as M3’s.


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