The design of the POCO X3 Pro has been leaked and it sounds a lot to us

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The POCO X3 Pro will be the next phone that the brand will launch in Spain, with a presentation event scheduled for next week. These weeks we have been receiving some information about this device, as part of its specifications. In addition, yesterday it was revealed what would be the price of this new phone.

Until now it was unknown what would be the design of this new POCO X3 Pro, in the photos that the brand has used to promote it, its design has not been seen. A new leak now allows us to see the design of this phone, which is very reminiscent of one of POCO’s most popular models.

This is the POCO X3 Pro

POCO X3 Pro design

In the picture above you can see the leaked design of the POCO X3 Pro, in addition to the colors in which this new brand device will be available (blue, black and bronze). The design of this device is familiar, because it is very similar to one of the most prominent models of the brand in 2020, the POCO X3.

A screen with thin frames, which takes advantage of the front clearly and has a perforation in the upper central part. In the back we find a camera module located in a circle, dominating said rear. At the bottom of that rear is the name of the brand in a large size, as could already be seen in the POCO X3 last year.

The design of this POCO X3 Pro will therefore be identical to that of one of the most popular models of the brand last year, the X3, a king in the mid-range. Differences from last year’s model will be limited to the interior of the device, with a different processor, other cameras, and a different capacity battery.

On March 22 we will be able to clear up doubts, because that will be when this phone is officially presented. It may be that in these previous days more information about this device will be arriving.

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