The new Poco X3 model spotted online on FCC

Poco has been one of the most popular smartphone brands in the world for bringing high-quality specs at an affordable price point. While everyone is waiting for the next Poco smartphone, FCC testing has spotted a new Poco phone which can be a possible successor to the popular Poco X2. The reported Poco X3 models were found to be having a 64-megapixel camera module at the rear and fast charging setup. The phone is believed to be having a 33W fast charging capability with a massive 5,160 mAh battery. 

The back also has the vertical Poco branding and the circular camera module has a “64MP AI super camera” written on it. It is expected that the new generation of Poco X series will not have any major hardware improvements over the Poco X2, but will carry forward the same Sony IMX686 sensor for the camera. The major upgrade will be noticed in the battery, where the 4,500 mAh battery in the Poco X2 model will be upgraded to 5,160 mAh in the new Poco X3. However, the major let down was that the phone still does not support 5G, which is expected from all the upcoming phones. 

Apart from these details, the phone is also expected to have a 120Hz OLED display, which can be considered as a good improvement over the LCD panel used in Poco X2. The phone will run on the Snapdragon 765 and will come with 6GB or 8GB RAM configuration. Currently, there is no official word on the phone from the company and it is expected to release later this year.


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