The POCO F3 lands on Amazon: a high-end with WiFi 6 and Snapdragon 870 for only 299 euros in presale
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The new POCO F3 5G can now be purchased in pre-sale, a mobile that has practically everything to succeed and that, like its predecessors, will surely do so in 2021.
In the constant renewal of the Xiaomi catalog, the two POCO mobiles that have just arrived in Spain stand out: the POCO X3 Pro and the POCO F3 5G, the latter being the one that we can consider as the flagship of this sub-brand for 2021, and the truth is that reviewing its characteristics you can put few problems.
It has just been released, it is already in pre-sale for € 299 in its 128GB version and for for € 399 In the 256GB with 5G in stores like Amazon, a bargain if you look at what it has to offer, with little to envy to other phones that easily exceed 100, 200 or 300 euros.
In previous years, POCO had undoubtedly put powerful mobile phones on sale, but with shortcomings in terms of connectivity, with the absence of NFC or 5G, although this has finally been completely solved and without the price going too high.
The POCO F3 5G has not only 5G, but also WiFi 6, so few drawbacks can be made in this regard. All this is possible thanks to the Snapdragon 870 processor, one of the most powerful Qualcomm right now.
With WiFi 6 you will enjoy the best connection speed at home, and that is especially noticeable when consuming multimedia content or when playing games, although to be able to express this new standard you would first have to get a compatible router.
It is ideal to play, as well as to watch series. To the connectivity and power we must add image and sound: a 120 Hz AMOLED screen and also dual speakers, so it sounds and looks excellent, at least on paper.
The official launch date of the POCO F3 5G in Spain is April 7Although you can easily pre-purchase it already on Amazon and receive it at home on the same launch day, so you save yourself problems if (as is likely) the units are sold out before that date.
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