A Twitter company manager confirmed the Poco X3 64-megapixel camera sensor. Days after the gossip mill entered the same primary camera specifics of the PocoX3, the latest confirmation of its successor arrives.
The new Poco phone is being released as the successor to the Poco X2 launched in February by the spun-off company Xiaomi in India. The exact date of the launch of the Poco X3 is not detailed. However, given the official release of the teaser sequence, it will possibly start in the near future.
Angus Kai Ho Ng, Poco Product Marketing Manager, and Global Speaker have released a tweet confirming the Poco X3’s 64-megapixel primary camera sensor. In images with 16-megapixel resolution, the camera sensor is likely to use a pixel binning technique to generate 64 megapixels.
In addition to the text confirming the 64-megapixel camera, the executive posted several photos. One of the pictures shows the Poco X3 camera app, featured in a Pro mode which offers options to change the aperture, exposure, ISO, and white balance.
Kai Ho Ng proposed four separate Poco X3 camera configuration designs earlier this week. He asked his followers on Twitter to find out one of the designs he had. Four sensors at the back of the phone were illustrated by photos that display various camera setups.
A 64-megapixel primary camera sensor was recently published by Poco X3 on the US FCC website. The FCC listing also introduced artificial intelligence software on the telephone to increase the camera experience.
Kai Ho Ng posted a new tweet that compared the fast-charging experience on the new smartphone to the Samsung Galaxy A71, in addition to providing information about the Poco X3 camera. This tweet shows also that the new Poco phone charges the integrated battery pack for 65 minutes to 100 percent.
The Poco X3 FCC listing indicated 33W support for fast charging. However, there is no wattage information on the tweet posted by Poco ‘s executive.
In other words, on 8 September, the Poco X3 has been rumored to start. The phone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 732 soC and a 120Hz monitor.