As we already reported, on May 19, Xiaomi has scheduled the presentation of the mid-range Poco M3 Pro 5G smartphone. The model will be available in the international market. Now online sources have published high-quality press images that fully reveal the design of this device.
The device is shown in the renders in three colors – dark gray, yellow and turquoise. A triple camera can be seen on the back of the body. Rumored to combine a 48-megapixel sensor and two 2-megapixel sensors. For the front camera, there is a small hole in the center in the upper display area. The resolution of the selfie module will be 8 MP.
Poco confirms the M3 Pro 5G will include a MediaTek Dimensity 700 processor; with a built-in 5G modem and a 90Hz display. The size of the latter, according to available data, will be 6.5 inches diagonally, the resolution is Full HD + (2400 × 1080 pixels).
The equipment of the smartphone will also include 6 or 8 GB of RAM, a flash drive with a capacity of at least 128 GB and a rechargeable battery with a capacity of 5000 mAh with support for 22.5-watt charging.
After almost complete inactivity in 2019, Poco returned in the past 2020 as an independent brand. The Xiaomi-owned company introduced a wide range of phones such as X2, F2 Pro, M2 Pro, M2, X3, C3 and M3.
The company released earlier a video highlighting its achievements in 2020. It sold over 1 million devices last year and ranked 4th on the list of brands selling smartphones online in India. The company aims to achieve more impressive performance in 2021.
Recently, it became known that the premiere of the Poco M3 Pro 5G smartphone is scheduled for May 19. The device will be an attempt by the company to offer an affordable model with support for fifth-generation networks. On the occasion of this event, the head of Poco Global and the head of marketing spoke to reporters and answered a number of their questions, where they touched on several interesting topics.
First of all, we should pay tribute to the top managers of Poco, who did not in every possible way deny communication with Xiaomi and beat themselves in the chest that the company is completely independent. They acknowledged that they continue to rely on Xiaomi’s resources and capabilities, including research and development, manufacturing and after-sales service. “The infrastructure and scale of Xiaomi gives us many advantages in terms of production and distribution; but as a brand we operate independently,” they said.