The news about the launch of Poco X3 Pro was floated many times in the recent past. The new smartphone is finally expected to launch on March 30, 2021. The release of the teasers from the company further consolidates the news regarding the release. The device is reported to touch the mid-level price range. Let’s find out what we expect from this smartphone.
What features can we expect in the Poco X3 Pro?
The Poco X3 Pro is expected to come with an FHD+ 120Hz display as we can find in its predecessor, the Poco X3. The smartphone may run a powerful Snapdragon 860 processor. It may have a 5,200mAh battery with the support of a 33W charger. You may get two storage configurations i.e. 6GB RAM + 128GB and 8GB RAM + 256GB. The device is reported to arrive in three colours, namely, Black, Blue, and Bronze. The connectivity features are still awaited. However, we can expect the smartphone to offer 5G connectivity.
How much will the Poco X3 Pro cost?
The company mentioned that the year 2021 as not yet witnessed a smartphone at the price and equivalent level of the Poco F1 i.e. Rs 21,000. We can expect the Poco X3 Pro to arrive in the Indian markets at around Rs 21,000.
According to the company, “It’s crazy that we are in 2021 and not a single phone launched at the price of the F1 that has been able to match or beat its performance”.
In the international markets, the 6GB RAM smartphone may be available at around 250 euros while the price of the 8GB RAM smartphone may hit around 300 euros.
Can the Poco X3 Pro stand out?
Owing to its features, the new Poco X3 Pro is expected to be an enhancement to the Poco F1. The Poco F1 includes features such as the Snapdragon 845 chipset and 4000 mAh battery supported by the Qualcomm Quick Charge 4+.
According to the company, “only a Poco can beat a Poco.”
Considering a mid-range price, the new Poco X3 Pro can turn out to be the first choice of Poco users as it has a more pore powerful processor and battery. The 120Hz display will surely offer tough competition to other brands. However, connectivity will be the deciding factor. We still expect it to be a 5G smartphone.
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