The heir to one of the most lucrative models on the market will choose a chip from home Mediatek And provide support for modern networks plus performance enhancement
The Poco M3 smartphone, along with its twin brother Redmi 9T, is one of the most attractive choices in the local landscape with an investment of between NIS 500 and NIS 600 (or between NIS 700 and NIS 800 if you choose to purchase through the official importer), with internal storage Fast that can be easily extended and expanded, dual speakers, reasonable processing power as well battery A large interior that provides impressive operating times - but seems to be the parent company To be accurate (Xiaomi) is convinced that even better cost levels can be done now, about six months after the initial announcement.
Poco M3 Pro stands out as the next new model in the Chinese giant's rising sub-brand, with many similarities to the Redmi Note 10 5G model that was introduced two months ago and has not yet officially landed in Israel - starting with Mediatek's octagonal Dimensity 700 in a 7 nm production process with a supported cellular modem Built-in 5G, via 2.2GB or 64GB internal UFS storage including expansion slot for microSD cards and 128GB or 4GB of LPDDR6X memory, system Android 11 with MIUI interface 12 above it, panel IPS 6.5-inch with a resolution of 2,400 × 1,080 pixels at a refresh rate of up to 90 Hz and a built-in 5,000mAh battery with an 18-watt charge.
The smaller battery in the M3 Pro compared to the standard M3 may raise some eyebrows, but more compact dimensions (in thickness, height, width and weight) and a more efficient chip in a modern manufacturing process may be a sufficient compromise at least for some consumers. The other features of the smartphones include a built-in infrared transmitter, chip Built-in NFC (at least in some of the countries it will reach), connectivity Wi-Fi Dual-channel 802.11ac, built-in side button fingerprint scanner, headphone slot, connectivity Bluetooth 5.1 Wireless and a triangular main photo array with a main 48-megapixel sensor and a pair of apparently 2-megapixel secondary sensors - one that is completely (or almost completely) identical toPoco The actually familiar M3.
An official announcement event for the Poco M3 Pro will take place in two days, on Wednesday 19 May, with no significant surprises in terms of specs or design - so the main question mark that remains is the price issue, which may be even lower than 1,350 yuan Chinese with which the Redmi Note 10 was launched 5G, And less than NIS 700 in direct translation into Israeli shekels. Stay tuned for updates soon!