The Poco X3 NFC smartphone is going to arrive on Monday but a hands-on video popped up a bit early from the Spanish-speaking website Tecvideos TV, giving us the full details on the device. Meanwhile, a separate leak gave us a rough idea on its price.
The full YouTube hands-on was taken down since, but deleting stuff from the internet is hard so here go some screenshots.
This time the Poco phone won’t be a rebranded Xiaomi device – it will be an entirely new handset with four cameras and the LED flash lined up in an X-formation. It will cost PHP10,990 ($225/€190) but there will be a so-called Premium Version, likely with more storage, for PHP12,990 ($265/€225).
The video explains in depth all the neat features of the phone, as well as the most important specs. It will have a Snapdragon 732G chipset, and this unit has 6GB RAM and 64GB storage.
The front features a 6.67” LCD with one punch hole for the 20MP selfie camera, while the fingerprint scanner is on the side, doubling as a power key.
The reviewer says this panel comes with Full HD+ resolution and shows the 120Hz refresh rate toggle, while the protection is Gorilla Glass 5.
Due to us not paying attention during Spanish classes back in school, it is a bit hard to understand the fine details of the review, but we do understand the battery is over 5,100 mAh, the biggest power cell in a Poco smartphone ever. The main camera on the back will be 64MP with f/1.79 aperture and will support 4K at 30 fps video recording.