After a crackling launch in Europe and in Italy, POCO X3 is preparing to conquer the Indian market, this time without the NFC wording: a compromise evidently necessary to be able to offer the mid-range at a competitive price, even if in any case the Asian company has found a pretty good way to stop this loss.
POCO X3 is official in India, with some minor differences
Unlike ours POCO X3In fact, the Indian version comes without NFC support but gains one battery even more capacious. The onboard unit goes from 5.160 mAh to 6.000 mAh, once again with fast charging support from 33W. Variable dimensions also result, with a thickness of 10,08 mm (instead of 9,4 mm) and a weight of 225 g (instead of 215 g).
As for the rest of the specifications, the differences end here: the India version (fresh from launch) once again features the Snapdragon 732G SoC, a 6.67 ″ Full HD + LCD panel with 120 Hz refresh rate and a Quad Camera with a 64 MP main module.
Even the main photographic sector remains unchanged, as well as the selfie camera (a 20 MP sensor, inserted in a hole in the display). The selling price in the country starts from 195 € at the exchange rate for the 6/64 GB model. In addition to the larger version with 128GB of storage, India also gains the model from 8 / 128 GB discovered a few days ago thanks to a certification(), proposed to about 230 € to change.
What do you think of the Indian version of POCO X3? Would you have given up NFC for a 6.000 mAh battery and 8 GB of RAM or would you rather stick with this feature? Let us know in the comments!⭐️ Discover the new Weekly Flyer of GizChina with always different exclusive offers and coupons.