Just before the company could official their new phone, Poco M3, some rumored details online have been spread all over. Poco M3 was scheduled to be launched on November 23. The details we’ve heard of the phone are not confirmed by the company yet. However, the leaked information gives a slight hint about what to expect from this upcoming new device.
Poco M3 is expected to have a 6.53-inch FHD+ Dot Drop display. It will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 chipset and is likely to be paired with 4GB RAM. Meanwhile, the chipset features 8 Kyro 260 cores that are divided into two clusters. One is the fast cluster of 4 cores with up to 2GHz and the other is a power-saving efficiency cluster with up to 1.8GHz. Likewise, the chip also features Adreno 610 GPU. The device can also be expected with good energy efficiency with its 11nm chip. As seen in the picture, the device could be available in three colors: blue, black, and yellow.
Meanwhile, speaking about the rebranding that Poco has been doing with its sister company Redmi. Upon digging a little, it is found that similar phone features appear in the upcoming Redmi Note 10. Still, that’s also not confirmed yet as both the devices have not been official until now. We can only tell the differences once it gets a formal introduction.
As for the cameras, from the pictures available, we get to see them arranged in a back panel flaunting Poco’s enormous logo on one side. The Poco M3 is tipped to offer a 48MP primary sensor. Details about the remaining camera sensors and storage options are still under wraps. It features a waterdrop notch to house the selfie camera and a noticeable chin. Rumors tell that the selfie camera could be an 8MP camera.
The earlier phone by Poco, Poco M2, has a 5000mAh non-removable battery. So, we assume Poco M3 to have at least 6000 mAh non-removable battery even though the phones have and are expected to have 18W fast charging.
Poco M3 Price and Availability
We’re not sure about the price range yet. However, bearing in mind the 6-series chipset compared to the 7-series SoC in the Poco X3, we could assume the M3 would be cheaper than the X3 model, at least a few bucks down. The device is scheduled to launch on November 24.