Poco India is launching smartphones way too faster than other smartphone brands. In July 2020, the company launched Poco M2 Pro, and just a month or two later its younger sibling Poco M2 was released by the company. After being unveiled at the global event earlier this month, it is now expected that Poco is going to unleash the Poco X3 in India. A little upgraded version of the Poco X3 NFC has emerged on the Google Play Console, which means Poco is planning to launch it in India on 22 September. The new code name “Karna” is given to the Poco X3 which is going to launch in India. It also means that the retail version will not have an “NFC” feature since the code is taken from its name in India.
The latest device in India has been verified via Twitter by Poco India. On 22 September the company has announced its plans to launch the latest Poco X3 in India. The new Poco X3 will be available only on Flipkart, as the e-commerce firm has already developed a dedicated web page for this device. A fast visit to the Geekbench website reveals that the “Karna” score matches “Surya” (code name of the new Poco X3 model). This means the new Poco X3 will be powered with the same Snapdragon 732G chipset that is available in the previous version, though it is supposed that the new device will be an overclocking variant of the Snapdragon 730.
Some more important details about the Poco X3 edition which is going to be released in India can also be seen on the Flipkart website. The latest specifics correspond to the standards that have been missing. Though in the latest Poco X3, one thing is confirmed and that is Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G processor. The new Poco X3 will be available in two versions, each with 6GB RAM. Leakster Debayan Roy says the battery is a little bigger than the global device’s 5,160 mAh capacity.
The 120hz screen is yet another element that makes its way to the Poco X3 Indian version. The company reports that the latest gadget will get Realityflow on a specific Flipkart section, which indicates that the screen refreshes at 120 Hz. The phone has a FullHD+ resolution 6.67-inch screen and supports HDR 10. ‘NFC’ is in the item description of the global Poco X3 edition, while the Indian edition does not have the same name, we are not sure if Poco is offering the NFC function in the India version or not. A quad-camera configuration is available for the global edition so we can expect the same in the Indian version too. The main goal of this design is a 64MP lens, which can also be seen in a few of the latest released Poco devices.
The other specifications in the Indian version may remain unchanged and you may expect the same features in it like the global version. Though, you can expect some changes in the battery capacity. According to rumors, this device will cost around ₹19,000 to ₹21,000 in the Indian market, considering the price of the global version. This is a little more economical because the X2 has 6GB RAM as regular (though 8GB RAM variant is available too), compared to the original price of its predecessor, the Poco X2, and It also relates to the X3’s global price. The Poco X3 NFC, released in Europe earlier this month, was launched for EUR 269 for the 64GB version which is around ₹19,850, and EUR 269 for the 128GB storage alternative which is around ₹23,320.