Alleged Poco X3 renders leaked, specs confirmed as well

We already know that Poco is soon launching a new smartphone & it is most likely the Poco X3. Just yesterday, we got a look at the rear design of the phone, thanks to the FCC listing. A week ago, we also got the specs & the renders via a source. Well today, we might have got the biggest leak so far since the alleged press renders of the phone were shared by a Turkish Website named “MIUITurkiye“.

These renders reveal that the Poco X3 has a hole-punch display on the front & this time, there is a single hole-punch cutout for the selfie camera. On the back, there is an odd-looking camera setup where there is a big primary camera sensor in the middle surrounded by three other lenses & the LED flash. The camera setup has a circular strip around it & the text on it says “64MP AI Super Camera”.

There is a big Poco branding on the back, so overall, we haven’t yet seen this design for any Poco or Redmi device which means Poco is finally going to launch a phone that is not a rebrand of an already official Redmi device.

The source also shared the specifications of the phone that fall in line with the previous leaks. So, there is a 6.67-inch Full-HD+ 120Hz display with 240Hz touch-response-rate. The website didn’t mention the type of panel, so we are expecting it to be an LCD. There is a 20 Megapixel single camera on the front. The battery underneath is a 5,160mAh unit & Poco X3 supports 33W Fast Charging.

Finally, as per the website, the phone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 732, which is not yet official. It has Adreno 619 GPU & is based on 8nm manufacturing process. Now, previous leaks suggested the Snapdragon 732G instead so the SOC is something we cannot confirm as of now.

Apart from the renders & the specifications, the website also shared the launch date. The Poco X3 is launching on September 8th as per the source. Well, we cannot say if all these details are 100% correct, but honestly, the renders do seem like official ones, so maybe this is indeed the final design of the Poco X3.