Poco X3 NFC Confirmed to Pack 64-Megapixel Main Camera, 5,160mAh Battery

Poco X3 NFC is all set to go official on September 7 and the corporate has now began teasing the specs of this upcoming telephone. The Xiaomi spin-off model on Wednesday indicated the specs with three mysterious pictures on Twitter. Separately, a list on e-retailer AliExpress has revealed that the Poco X3 NFC will pack a big 5,160mAh battery with 33W quick charging help. The handset can also be set to characteristic a 64-megapixel fundamental digicam and Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G SoC.

Poco took to Twitter to launch three cryptic pictures revealing key specs of the Poco X3 NFC. The first picture, when decoded, hints that the telephone might include 120Hz refresh fee. The second picture hints that there could also be 240Hz contact latency on the telephone. The third picture means that there could also be two variants within the Poco X3. It is speculated to be a ‘Pro’ mannequin that will launch alongside.

Some customers on Twitter additionally instructed that the third picture hints that the telephone could also be priced at $229 (roughly Rs. 16,700).

Chinese e-retailer AliExpress additionally revealed a devoted web page teasing few key specs of the Poco X3. The telephone will likely be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G SoC and include a 64-megapixel fundamental digicam. The handset will even pack a big 5,160mAh battery with 33W quick charging.

The Poco X3 NFC launch occasion will happen on September 7 and will likely be dwell streamed at 5.30pm IST. Recent ideas counsel that the telephone might characteristic a 6.67-inch show. The telephone is anticipated to sport a quad rear digicam setup and should include a 20-megapixel selfie digicam. The Poco X3 can also be tipped to carry a hole-punch show and a curved rectangular-shaped quad digicam setup. As per different leaks, the telephone might have a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.

More particulars relating to the Poco X3 NFC ought to be unveiled within the run up to the launch.

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