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POCO X3 NFC Is Here In Malaysia, What You Need To Know

POCO X3 NFC Is Here In Malaysia, What You Need To Know

It’ll be available starting 9 September.

Hakim Hassan

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POCO has launched a new capable gaming phone, the POCO X3 NFC, which aims at giving you performance without hurting your wallet at RM899.

What is this: The POCO X3 NFC is the latest smartphone by POCO, which features 4 cameras, a Snapdragon 732G processor, a big 5,160mAh battery to last you through the day.

It has a 6.67 inch, Full HD display with a 120Hz refresh rate and comes it two different colours – Cobbalt Blue and Shadow Gray.

Picture Credit: POCO

Who is it for: Those who want to game on a budget or for students as the RM899 is pretty enticing given the cameras, processor, screen and battery that you get.

When is it coming out: The phone is available here starting 9 September with the 6GB+64GB variant retailing at RM 899 while the 6GB+128GB version will be available at RM 1,099.

Where can I get it: As part of the first sale in Malaysia, the 6GB+64GB variant will be available exclusively on Shopee on September 9 and 10 at an early bird price of RM 799.

As for the 6GB+128GB variant, it will be available in an early bird deal with a price of RM 949.

Picture Credit: POCO

The 5 specs you should care about:

  • Qualcomm 732G
    • KyroTM 470 octa-core CPU
    • AdrenoTM 618 GPU with Elite Gaming
    • 6GB RAM
  • 6.67” 2400×1080 FHD+ LCD DotDisplay
    • 240Hz touch sampling rate
    • 120Hz refresh rate
  • 5,160mAh battery with fast charging.
Picture Credit: POCO
  • 4 rear cameras:
    • 64MP main wide sensor
    • 13MP ultra wide-angle sensor
    • 2MP macro sensor
    • 2MP depth sensor
  • 20MP front camera
  • Up to 4K 30fps, video recording
  • Colours:
    • Shadow Gray, Cobalt Blue

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