V previous articles on our website you could read about the initial news in connection with the expected smartphone POCO X3 Pro. With the upcoming show, we have new specification leaks.
The POCO X3 Pro is an improved sibling of a previously introduced model LITTLE X3 NFC. Thanks to the very favorable price-performance ratio, the X3 NFC smartphone has been a great success, and based on the available information, we can say that the Pro model is no exception.
Fast 120 Hz display
Renowned leakster Mukul Sharma published a post on the social network Twitter, in which he reveals a part of the equipment of the expected smartphone POCO X3 Pro. In addition, leakster mentioned that a model will be introduced alongside the X3 Pro POCO F3which is well known Redmi K40.
[Exclusive] POCO is indeed launching the POCO X3 Pro and the POCO F3 globally very soon
Launch could very well happen in March. POCO F3 = Redmi K40
Plus, as per my source, the X3 Pro could likely feature a SD860 processor, 120Hz FHD +, around 5200mAh battery.# POCOX3Pro #POCOF3
- Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) March 4, 2021
We can expect in the equipment of the smartphone 120 Hz display with fully sufficient resolution Full HD +. It is currently not known whether this will be a classic IPS LCD display or the manufacturer will reach for the popular AMOLED panel.
Powerful Snapdragon 860
In terms of performance, the smartphone will have a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 860which will definitely offer enough power. The whole device will be powered by a battery with a respectable capacity 5200 mAh.
Unfortunately, more information about the upcoming smartphone is not yet known. The official presentation of the POCO X3 Pro together with the POCO F3 model could take place already in March 2021, so we expect more specification leaks in the coming days.
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