Poco X3 Pro India Launch Date May Be March 30, Company’s Cryptic Tweet Suggests

Poco X3 Pro can launch on March 30th in India, the company teased through a tweet. Poco shared a letter with fans talking about the company’s growth. The post includes the hashtag “#PROformance” indicating that the company is teasing the Poco X3 Pro. The letter contains some indications of the Poco X3 Pro’s launch in India on March 30th, but it should be noted that there is no confirmation of this.

@IndiaPOCO’s tweet has some clues that suggest the company is referring to the Poco X3 Pro. It’s called “Same madness, just more!” and has the hashtag “#PROformance”. The letter addressed to Poco users begins with the origin of the now independent brand. Throughout the text there are references such as the word “expectations” with the “X” in bold and capital letters, as well as “21” in the word “2021” and “30 M” in “30 months”.

All in all, Poco seems to be pointing to a launch of the Poco X3 Pro on March 30th. While the date cannot be fully confirmed from this cryptic message, a report last week mentioned that the Poco X3 Pro will be released in India this month. The phone has been in the news for a while and there have been multiple leaks and listings from certification websites pointing out the specs. The price, specs, and color options of the Poco X3 Pro recently popped up online. The price for the phone is 250 EUR (approx. 21,600 Rs.) For the 6 GB + 128 GB model and 300 EUR (approx. 26,000 Rs.) For the 8 GB + 256 GB storage option. There may be color options for black, blue, and bronze.

Poco X3 Pro specifications (expected)

The Poco X3 Pro could be equipped with a Full HD + display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. It can run on the unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 SoC and contains a 5,200 mAh battery. The phone should be equipped with 4G LTE, dual-band WiFi and NFC. The Poco X3 Pro may not have 5G connectivity.

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