Poco X3 will be powered by Snapdragon 730 SoC
Xiaomi’s sub-brand Poco is gearing up to launch the Indian version of Poco X3, with slight changes soon. The handset was spotted in Google Play Console listing and even seen at GeekBench earlier. The Indian-tuned phone comes without NFC and an almost similar processor with a slightly upgraded battery. Here’s everything about it;
Poco X3 Indian Variant Coming Soon
As seen in Google Play Console, the new Poco X3 is said to have an FHD+ (1080 × 2400) display resolution with 440 dpi. Running on ARM 64, it ships with Android 10 OS and a Snapdragon 730 SoC. A slightly overclocked version of this processor, Snapdragon 732G is being used in global Poco X3.
The Snapdragon 730 processor will have eight Kyro 470 cores, two running at 2.2GHz and the rest running at 1.8GHz. Coming with Adreno 618 GPU, it’s listed to have an 8GB of RAM, whereas the two variants of global Poco X3 have only 6GB variants. Also, it’s hinted by a leaker to have a slightly larger battery than the regular 5160mAh capacity, and be proved around Rs.20,000.
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The rest of the specifications are expected to be similar to its global counterpart, except for the NFC feature, which isn’t mentioned in the listing. The global variant is having a display of 6.67″ with HDR 10+ and 120Hz refresh rate. With a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and regular connectivities, it has a 20-megapixel (f/2.2) lens as a front camera in the pinhole display.
At the rear, it has a quad-rear camera setup with 64-megapixel (f/1.9) as a primary lens, followed by a 13-megapixel (f/2.2) lens as an ultra-wide lens with 119° coverage and a pair of the 2-megapixel lens (f/2.4 each) as macro and depth sensors. With a $229 price tag for global markets, the Poco X3 is initially launched earlier this month and set to enter the Indian market soon.
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