Run to buy the new POCO X3 Pro: Amazon has it on sale for € 199 in presale, a temporary discount
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Amazon has just released a new mobile, one from Xiaomi and that undoubtedly aspires to sweep the mid-range throughout 2021. It is the POCO X3 Pro that will go on sale in the coming days.
POCO attacks again, and it does it as it knows best: with a very cheap mobile that is also quite powerful, with a surprising price. Once again, this Xiaomi sub-brand aspires to sweep into the mid-range, especially among those looking for something more than a mobile that simply works smoothly.
The POCO X3 Pro has Snapdragon 865 and 6GB of RAM and its official price is € 249, though Amazon already sells it for € 199 in presale, that is, it does not come out until April 1 but you can buy it in advance without paying until the shipment is made.
It is a real bargain, a smartphone that is already reduced by € 50 with respect to its official price and that has barely set foot on the market, and with free shipping from Spain, whether or not you have Amazon Prime.
It goes without saying that it has plenty of power, and its processor is a high-end chip, capable of running any type of application or game, also with liquid cooling and other technical characteristics that are truly top.
For example, equips a Full HD + screen with 120 Hz refresh, something that makes playing video or even games very smooth, and you really can tell the difference.
Here you can see some more features of the POCO X3 Pro, which, as its name suggests, is a remarkably improved version of the POCO X3 NFC that has been on sale for several months in Spain.
It has NFC for mobile payments and fast charging at 33W for its battery of more than 5,000 mAh, although one drawback can be put: it does not have 5G, although for the 199 euros it costs it cannot be required either.
There are already many cheap 5G mobiles for sale, but at least in Spain they have not yet exceeded the 200 euro barrier.
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