After the successful launch of the POCO X3 on September 7th, 2020; with the world’s first Snapdragon 732G Chipset, a 120Hz display, a 5160mAh battery, 64-megapixel quad cameras; the smartphone has sold like hotcakes and within a time span of just 3 days, the brand claims that the POCO X3 NFC shipment has crossed over 100,000 units via AliExpress.
Look at all the milestones we hit during the #POCOX3 NFC First Sale!
— POCO (@POCOGlobal) September 11, 2020
POCO X3 NFC Specifications
The all-new Poco X3 NFC is equipped with a large 6.67-inch IPS LCD panel; with a resolution fo 1080 x 2400 pixels and a 20:9 aspect ratio. Not much of a surprise, the display also supports the 120Hz high refresh rate along with HDR. For added protection, Poco decided to throw in a layer of Gorilla Glass 5 on top as well. What’s good about the panel is the ability to dynamically switch between multiple refresh rates; namely 120Hz, 90Hz, 60Hz, and even 50hz.
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PROCESSOR & MEMORY
Under the hood, the device makes use of Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G chipset; paired with a 6GB RAM and up to 128GB UFS 2.1 storage. For those who’re unaware, not to mention, the chipset is built on an 8nm manufacturing process; and it uses Adreno 618 for its GPU needs. To keep the temps low while gaming, Poco decided to also add a liquid cooling 1.0 plus which used copper heat pipe and dual graphite. The company claims that it can reduce the temps by up to 6 degrees celsius.
With most of the devices going with quad rear cameras, Poco decided to follow the suit with its X3 NFC smartphone as well. On the rear, there is a 64MP Sony IMX682 primary sensor with an aperture of f/1.73. Evidently, The primary lens is accompanied by a 13MP ultrawide lens (f/2.2) and a 2MP depth & macro sensor (f/2.4). For selfies, there is a 20MP front shooter housed inside a punch-hole cutout.
BATTERY & SOFTWARE
However, All of this internals get its fuel from a large 5,160 mAh battery packed inside. The battery supports 33W fast charging capabilities. In fact, the company claims that it can charge from zero to 62% in 30 minutes. Especially, For a full 100% juice, it will take around 65 minutes or so. In terms of software, we’re looking at the latest Android 10 with MIUI 12 skin on top.
BIOMETRICS & OTHER NITTY-GRITTY DETAILS
Interestingly, As you can see from the images, there is no physical capacitive fingerprint sensor on the back. Well, the smartphone maker decided to go with the side-mounted position for the same. There are a 3.5mm audio jack and stereo speakers in tow as well. Lastly, we’re looking at IP53 splash resistant.