Poco X3 GT, the new smartphone, has a lot of rumors related to it very recently. From the very beginning of the month, there were several leaks and talks about the phone’s specifications and about the launch date of the phone. There were also talks about the MIUI Camera Application with which the phone was supposed to come. Recently we have seen the smartphone landing on a few of the websites for certification. All these tell us that the launch date is not very far away.
It was noticed in the database of SDPII and Indonesian TKDN certification websites a new phone had arrived. This phone came with the model number 21061110AG. It has now been revealed that this phone is actually the POCO X3 GT. The particular phone model has also received certification from the SGS Fimko.
It is being said that this phone will actually be a rebranded version of the Redmi K40 gaming Edition smartphone. So we might get to see this phone in the third quarter of 2021. However, we are not sure whether the company is going to use a similar platform for this particular smartphone. The speculations state that the phone will come as a rebranded form of the Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G. The Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G was very recently announced in China.
The phone might come with an FHD+ LCD IPS display which is 6.6 inches in size. In addition, the screen will support a super-fast refresh rate of 120 Hz. The phone will come equipped with a MediaTek Dimensity 1100 chipset, which is one of the flagship chipsets from the company. The maximum storage variants include a RAM of 8 GB and internal storage of 128 GB. The phone will house a massive 5,000 mAh battery that will support the fast charging feature of 67 Watt.
If we look at the optics, the POCO X3 GT will be equipped with three cameras at the back. The primary sensor which has been used is the 64 MP lens; then there is the ultra-wide angled sensor of 8 MP, and finally, we will see a macro-shooting lens of 2 MP. There is a 16 MP camera in the front, which will click decent selfies, and we can attend video calls via this. There is also a fingerprint sensor mounted on the side panel of the smartphone. If we look at the OS, the phone comes with MIUI 12.5, which has been designed on Android 11.