The Poco M3 is rumored to launch in Europe at around €150, will have a 48 MP camera

Peter, 23 November 2020

The Poco M2 duo never did make its way to Europe, but the Poco M3 is coming – arriving tomorrow, in fact. The company is already teasing key specs, but it will keep one bit of info for the end of the presentation, the price.

No need to wait, though, according to a reliable tipster the prices for the Poco M3 will start at €150-160 for the base 4/64GB model and doubling the storage to 128GB comes with a modest price bump to €170-180.

Poco M3 official details: 6.53\ Poco M3 official details: Snapdragon 662 Poco M3 official details: 6,000 mAh battery
Poco M3 official details: 6.53" screen • Snapdragon 662 • 6,000 mAh battery

The phone will have a 6.53” screen, Snadragon 662 chipset and a 6,000 mAh battery, according to official teasers by the company. The latest also reveals that the main camera will have a 48 MP sensor.

And it will be a triple camera with an unusual design – the camera island is on top of a black decorative panel that spans the width of the phone. Xiaomi tweeted a short video showing off the design, but that's a low resolution clip so you can also check out the unofficial renders.

The Poco M3 is rumored to launch in Europe at around €150, will have a 48 MP camera

Besides launching in Europe, the Poco M3 seems to be headed to Malaysia as well (it already received a certification there). More info on the phone and where it will be available are coming tomorrow.

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  • jazzpow

like da price except da size too big .. try some 5.8invcher

  • ne povem

So. This phone will cost a bit less than the TWO year old Mi A2. Yes it will have a bigger battery, but will have a plastic case instead of aluminum one. Also the CPU is worse that the one in TWO year old Mi A2. I don't call this a progress.

  • Anonymous

sd662 dont look so good. Redmi note 9 5G seems to be on the same price range or not so much more expensive and i have more faith in Dimensity 800U. These phones probably get only 1-1.5 years or updates anyways so better to have better hardware

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