Just recently, specifically on July 21, 2020, OnePlus introduced its long-awaited smartphone called OnePlus North. Of course, the competition is not fading and we can see the first news about LITTLE X3 NFC.
POCO's new smartphone is to come as a direct answer to the excellent phone of the competition, which has enjoyed incredible success. Thanks to the first certifications, we know a few details about the upcoming novelty.
LITTLE X3 NFC
As each smartphone must be registered in various certifications and databases before being launched on the market, some information emerges. So far, we know that the POCO X3 NFC smartphone will have a model designation M2007J20CG.
Thanks to IMEI certification, we know the model designation of the novelty. At present, we can also find renders of what a smartphone can look like on the Internet, but nothing has been officially confirmed yet. However, other equipment also did not remain under the guise of secrecy.
NFC, large battery, AMOLED
From the currently available information, we know that the POCO X3 NFC smartphone should have, as the name suggests, NFC chip. As it is to be a competitor for NFC's OnePlus Nord, this implementation is essential.
The novelty will be powered by a battery with a capacity 5160 mAhwhich, together with good optimization, should ensure several days of endurance. It will not be missing even fast 33 W charging after a competitor's model.
The front of the smartphone should become home to AMOLED panel with refresh rate 120 Hz. Increased refresh rate is again a very important factor if the new POCO is to survive the battle.
The processor should become the same chipset as in the Nord model. Powerful processor Snapdragon 765G in addition to sufficient performance and battery conservation, it will also offer support for the latest 5G networks. So far, that's all from the specifications.
When the new X3 NFC will be introduced is still questionable. The smartphone already looks great and the decisive factor will probably be the choice of a rather pure Android or a reworked, sometimes untouched, MIUI.
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