Back in September 2020, Poco launched the Poco X3 in India. Now, it seems like the company is all set to bring a top-notch variant of this device — the Poco X3 Pro. The upcoming model has reportedly been spotted on the FCC certification site, revealing key details about the device. In fact, the alleged phone has previously appeared on multiple certification sites, including IMDA, EEC, and TÜV Rheinland. This is the first time when we have received some credible information about the Poco X3 Pro.
According to the FCC certification and multiple other certifications, the Poco X3 Pro bears the model number M2102J20SG. The FCC certification leaks some key details and specifications about the upcoming phone. Here’s what the new Poco device may have in store for you.
Poco X3 Pro Specifications (Expected)
The Poco X3 Pro will feature Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 732G chipset and run MIUI 12 under the hood. As per the certification, the upcoming handset will come with 4G, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC support. As you can see, there will be no 5G support on the phone. Currently, that’s all we know about the phone as the certification leaks only a few details. However, we speculate the phone will offer similar specs to the Poco X3 upon launch. See below what the Poco X3 offers:
The Poco X3 features a 6.67-inch Full HD+ IPS display running at a fast 120Hz refresh rate. The Indian variant comes with a bigger battery and no NFC as compared to the global variant of this device. But apart from this, the handset has similar features as that in the global version of Poco X3. As said before, the smartphone carries the Snapdragon 732G, which makes it the first phone to use this chip.
That’s all we know about the upcoming phone as of now, but we expect to get more details about Poco X3 Pro in the coming days. Stay tuned!