According to the official announcement a few days ago, Xiaomi will hold a new product launch conference overseas on September 7th, officially launching the new Xiaomi POCO X3, which will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G processor. Undoubtedly, this phone will be the successor to POCO this year. Another masterpiece launched in overseas markets after F2 Pro, POCO X2, and POCO M2 Pro. Now there is the latest news. As the release time is approaching, more details about the machine have been exposed. Recently, digital bloggers have posted spy photos of the real machine allegedly.
According to the latest spy photos released by digital bloggers, it is basically the same as the previous exposure. The new Xiaomi POCO X3 will adopt a single-hole full-screen design, and the front camera opening is located at the top center of the screen. On the back of the fuselage, there will be a rear round camera module with 5 openings. In addition to the flash, the module is the main camera in the center, and the other three auxiliary lenses are placed in three corners. Below the camera module is the huge “POCO” logo. In addition, the aircraft is suspected of using a dark blue color scheme.
In other respects, according to previously exposed news, the new Xiaomi POCO X3 will use a 6.67-inch single-hole full-screen design with a refresh rate of 120Hz and a touch sampling rate of 240Hz. It will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 732 processor, a 20-megapixel front camera, and a 64-megapixel ultra-high-definition four-camera at the rear, with unique features in the camera arrangement. In addition, the phone has a battery capacity of 5160mAh and supports 33W flash charging. At the same time, the official emphasized that the phone will support NFC. This will also be the first model in the POCO X series to support NFC.
It is reported that the new Xiaomi POCO X3 series will be officially unveiled at the new product launch conference on September 7. As the release time approaches, the official will continue to bring more detailed information, let us wait and see.