Poco X3 Premium Version listed as hands-on images of the first real Poco since the Pocophone F1 leak
Poco has already confirmed that it will be launching the X3 globally on September 7, but a YouTuber has unveiled the device ahead of schedule. The video has since been taken down, but Slashleaks managed to crib some screenshots, which we have included below. The images confirm the design of the device with its punch-hole display, quad cameras and huge POCO branding.
Additionally, one image shows the device in its protective covering, which has several specifications emblazoned on it. As expected, the Poco X3 has a Snapdragon 732G chipset, a 64 MP main camera and a 120 Hz display. The latter is a 6.67-inch IPS panel that has an FHD+ resolution. A 5,160 mAh battery underpins the Poco X3, which can be recharged at 33 W.
Shoppee has also confirmed that the Poco X3 will be available with 64 GB or 128 GB of storage. It appears that Poco has two versions of the X3 planned, too. According to the now-deleted Shoppee listing, there will be Standard and Premium versions of the Poco X3. It would seem that these are the M2007J20CG and M2007J20CT to which @smartvenkat95 referred earlier this week. The two devices are, strictly speaking, the first true Poco smartphone since the release of the F1. By true, we mean the first Poco that is not a re-branded Redmi smartphone. We would not be surprised if Xiaomi also releases the Poco X3 under a different name in some regions, but at least Poco fans are getting an all-new device for the first time in a few years.