Poco X3 camera, fast charging speed teased by company exec
Poco X3 will take 65 minutes for the phone to fully charge to 100%. It will also feature a quad-camera setup.
Poco has confirmed that the Poco X3 smartphone will launch soon. Poco's global spokesperson has been dropping hints and now details for the upcoming smartphone. The Poco X3's camera and charging details have now been revealed.
Angus Kai Ho Ng shared two tweets where one includes camera samples of the Poco X3. He also confirmed that the smartphone will pack a 64-megapixel primary sensor. This would be on a quad-camera setup. The Poco X3's camera app is also shown here and we can see that the 64-megapixel camera is located in the Pro mode. The same tweet also mentions NFC for the Poco X3.
Another tweet from the Poco global spokesperson teases “massive battery” for the Poco X3. The fast charging speed is highlighted here with the Poco X3 reaching 0-100% in 65 minutes. It's also compared to the Samsung A71 which takes 80 minutes to fully charge. The battery capacity for the Poco X3 hasn't been revealed though. For reference, the Poco X2 comes with a 4,500mAh battery and 27W fast charging speed.
Massive battery with a blazing fast charging speed.⚡️— Angus Kai Ho Ng (@anguskhng) August 28, 2020
Compare to a well known mid-ranger, we take the lead.
I shall explain how we achieved this in our official launch.#POCOisBACK #POCOX3 NFC pic.twitter.com/CeqKpM3vRQ
The Poco exec had also shared four possible designs for the Poco X3's rear camera module. The design is similar to the Poco X2 with a circular ring surrounding the camera sensors. The camera placement is different though. The Poco exec also said that the closest guess will get one Poco X3 smartphone.
Poco hasn't revealed the launch date yet but the Poco X3 is expected to launch soon. The successor to Poco X2 will come almost eight months after its release. The company's most recent phone is the Poco M2 Pro.
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