Last year, the Poco X3 was introduced in India as a low-end smartphone. It is speculated that the next generation smartphone will be named the Poco X3 Pro. The device has been accredited and the product has leaked many times, suggesting that it will be released soon. The latest reports indicate that the phone will launch in India as well as it’s own country, very soon. Here’s a rundown of all of the latest details surrounding the forthcoming Poco smartphone. Check out my Poco M3 review: A strong phone at Rs 10,999 but with few drawbacks.
Poco X3 Pro India launch
Poco X3 Pro has recently been approved BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) certification, as stated by MySmartPrice. The smartphone has appeared on the Indian certification site with the model number ‘M2102J20SI.’ This means that it will soon be coming to India. However, the BIS listing does not include much detail about the Poco X3 Pro. Also Read-Poco, Qualcomm’s partner for the forthcoming smartphone: is Poco F2 finally coming?
In addition, the smartphone was also featured on the SIRIM (Standard and Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia) certification website in Malaysia. The listing shows that dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, LTE, NFC, and MIUI 12 are supposed to be enabled by the system.
Poco X3 Pro Expected Features,
We do not have any clear details on the Poco X3 Pro. However, we do have some rumors that give us some hints as to what the system could bring. As mentioned recently by XDA Developers, the smartphone is likely to have two codenames, ‘Vayu’ and ‘Bhima,’ that shed light on two of its variants. The smartphone is likely to be powered by a ‘sm8150’ cpu, suggesting at the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or the 855 Plus processor, which is shocking because the processor is very old. All the people might tend to lean towards the value proposition because it’s a high-end processor but we are not sure whether to include a two-year-old chipset in a smartphone now. Without LTE, 5G will not emerge.
Other features are a 48-megapixel rear camera setup, a larger battery such as the Poco X3 and a 120Hz higher refresh rate and quick charge support.