It has several high-end features, such as the 120hz screen and the large battery, but it barely costs 200 euros to launch.
It is usual for Xiaomi to surprise with prices, and although this year it has done it for the worse with very expensive mobiles, it continues to keep several aces up its sleeve, as is the case of the POCO X3 NFC, a 200 euro mobile that seems impossible to equalize.
Among its most outstanding features is the 6.67-inch IPS screen in 20: 9 format, FullHD + resolution and a refresh rate of up to 120hz; the 5,000mAh battery; the Snapdragon 732G processor, designed for video games; 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM; and the option of 64 and 128GB of storage.
Its camera for selfies has a single 20MP lens, while the rear camera would be composed of a set of four lenses:
64 MP Sony IMX682 (1 / 1.73 “), f / 1.89, PDAF
13 MP wide-angle, f / 2.2, 119º
2 MP macro f / 2.4
2 MP depth f / 2.4
The mobile will work with Android 10, although it will carry a layer of MIUI 12 customization; and Xiaomi promises that it will cool better thanks to new construction with graphite and a small copper tube, both integrated between an additional frame inside.
It should be noted that, although the POCO X3 NFC has quite advanced features, its construction will surely be where it is most noticeable that it is a mid-range mobile.
Another interesting aspect of the POCO X3 NFC is, as its name indicates, that it has the NFC sensor that is often lacking in low-end mobiles and that would prevent making contactless payments. But the highlight is what it will cost the end-user.
Its launch price is 199 euros for the version with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, a figure that rises to 249 euros in the version with 128GB of storage. After launch day, the final price of the POCO X3 NFC is 229 and 269 euros, respectively. It will be available in two colors, dark blue and black.