The new POCO X3 Pro sweeps sales before its launch: you can buy it with a € 50 discount thanks to this offer
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The POCO X3 Pro is now officially available in pre-sale, something that has not prevented some stores from going unchecked with offers to reserve it somewhat below its official price.
Just a few days ago, POCO presented its new phones, one of them the POCO X3 Pro, called to sweep the mid-range thanks to a value for money practically impossible to match by the competition, although it will not be until April 7 when it is officially available.
You can reserve it now, yes, for € 299 on Amazon in its 256GB version, although if you want to get the POCO X3 Pro on sale, Ebay is your store. In it it is also in pre-sale, but cheaper, for only € 249 and with free shipping from Spain.
The distributor has 99% positive opinions on Ebay, something that gives a lot of confidence, although in any case the customer guarantee of this store ensures that you will receive the product in a timely manner, since otherwise the refund will be made for the full amount of the purchase.
Needless to say a discount of 50 euros when the mobile is not even on the market yet is something quite important, and without any inconvenience since it is a new product, brand new and sealed, with the same conditions as if you bought it in any other store.
Beyond the price that the POCO X3 Pro has in this offer, there are many reasons to bet on it if you want a device that can handle everything, that has Android and that allows you to play any game or run the app that comes to mind.
For example, it has a Snapdragon 860 processor, powerful as few in the mid-range. It comes with NFC and fast charging at 33W of power, so it stands out in almost every aspect.
Yes, you can put a small problem, and that is that it does not have 5G connectivity. Although for now the coverage in Spain is scarce, there are already many cheap mobiles with 5G, but this is not one of them.
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