In three days, on September 7, POCO will announced the POCO X3 NFC smartphone. Previously, we have seen this handset with a model number of M2007J20CG in various platforms. One of the well-known tipsters has shared screenshots of the TUV certification. Not surprisingly, we can see the same model number. As we can see, there will be two models. Plus, he showed the renders of the upcoming smartphone. And this is not the all, the price tags of these two appeared on a retailer site in the Philippines.


The TUV certification doesn’t reveal too much. But we can still squeeze some features. Say, the POCO X3 will support 33W fast charging. This is not the fastest charging variant on the market. But it’s pretty nice to see a fast charging technology on a POCO phone.

Well, the TUV certification is worthy not in terms of features but in terms of model numbers. Those two model numbers were found on Shopee.com. They correspond to the standard and premium variants. The POCO X3 NFC Standard Version should costs PHP 10,990 ($126), while the POCO X3 NFC Premium Version was listed with PHP 12,990 ($268).

Note: at the moment, they are removed from the retailer’s website.


Well, prior to this, we have heard too much about the POCO X3 NFC. It will be the first handset coming with the Snapdragon 732G processor. Under the hood, it also carries a 5,160mAh battery. The is expected to come with up to 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage.


The POCO X3 NFC will also sport a 6.67-inch AMOLED Full HD+ screen. The latter will come with a 120Hz refresh rate. On the rear, it will carry a 64-megapixel quad-camera system. Of course, we will find the MIUI 12 based Android 10 OS out of the box.


Argam Artashyan

By Argam Artashyan

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