Poco X2 ‘s successor rear camera can use a pixel binning strategy to help translate 64MP results to 16MP resolution images.
Poco X3 ‘s major camera detail was confirmed before its expected launch in September. Poco’s Product Development Officer and Global Spokesman, Angus Kai Ho Ng, announced the new 64MP camera on Twitter. Poco X2 ‘s successor camera can use a pixel binning strategy to help produce 64MP results to 16MP resolution images.
Poco X3 teasers
There are two side-by – side pictures in the tweet shared by the Chinese mobile company’s executive. The first picture shows someone holding the phone and taking a frame of two houses. In the second shot, the device’s actual picture was revealed. The picture camera app also displays features like Pro mode with aperture control options, exposure value, ISO sensitivity, white balance, and others. Poco X3 ‘s picture reveals that it would have a side-mounted fingerprint reader instead of an in-screen one.
Several teasers were released pre-launch. In one of the tweets, Angus posted four separate camera module styles, telling people who they thought would get Poco X3 on the back. He compared the upcoming smartphone with Samsung A71 in another post, indicating that it can charge 0-100 percent in 65 minutes. No number added to Poco X3’s fast-charging capabilities, however.
Poco X3 leaked specifications
Also, few information about Poco X3 ‘s specifications were leaked via a listing on the FCC website. As per the page, the 64MP camera of Poco X3 is backed by artificial intelligence ( AI) to boost images. It also proposed the phone allow fast 33W charging. Qualcomm Snapdragon 732 processor and 120Hz refresh rate monitor are both expected to power it.