Now, this POCO surely has a different design, unlike any other we’ve seen in current smartphones.
(Update, November 24: And the POCO M3 is official! See its price, two-day discounted deal, specs, and availability in the Philippines.)
(Update, November 23: Here’s the POCO M3’s supposed pricing!)
(Update, November 22: Here are the POCO M3’s confirmed key specs and design!)
India-based technology site 91Mobiles has shared a render of what is supposedly the POCO M3, which is set to launch globally November 24th and we at Revü have discovered is already listed on ecommerce site Lazada Philippines.
As you can see in the feature image of this article, the upper part of the device’s rear panel has a black rectangular module that contains the camera system on the left side and the POCO branding on the right. It reminds us of the black Nilkin CamShield case we bought for our Huawei P40 Pro.
While we like a classic design for premium models, we’ve not been shy to profess our preference for the unique, especially when it comes to units we shoot. So if this is indeed the POCO M3, then color us interested. Speaking of color, the leaked photo also shows there are three — or at least three — shades of the phone: black, blue, and — this we want — yellow.
The screen has a waterdrop notch up top, and the sides of the frame show a SIM tray, volume keys, and a fingerprint reader.
Xiaomi‘s POCO has not teased anything else yet so far besides the model name and the international launch date. However, rumors say the POCO M3 is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor paired with 4GB of RAM; a 6,000mAh battery with support for 18 watts of fast charging; a 48-megapixel triple camera; and Android 10-based MIUI 12. Word has it that the M3 is the global version of the upcoming Redmi Note 10 4G.
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