The Sub-Brand of Xiaomi, POCO, Releases a New Smartphone with 3.5mm Headphone Jack, There Is No Headphones
Yesterday, Xiaomi’s overseas sub-brand POCO released its latest product POCO M3 smartphone in Europe, which attracted a lot of attention with its highly recognizable design. It was learned from foreign media out of the box that this product retains the charger and 3.5mm headphone jack, but does not come standard with headphones.
The front of the Xiaomi POCO M3 is a relatively ordinary public face. It uses a 6.53-inch 1080P LCD water drop screen. Because it is an LCD screen, the fingerprint recognition is naturally moved to the side, and it adopts a solution that combines the power button into one.
The back is the biggest highlight of this product. The camera module has a rounded rectangular design. A large glass panel with rounded rectangles extends around the lens group. The POCO brand LOGO on the right side of the panel echoes the lens group. The rest of the back cover is treated with a type of leather process, the overall texture is rich and highly recognizable.
The configuration is equipped with Snapdragon 662 processor, standard 4GB LPDDR4X memory, 64G version is UFS2.1, 128G version UFS2.2; camera front 8 million pixels, rear 4800 main camera + 2 million wide angle + 2 million depth of field; battery life It uses a 6000mAh large battery, supports 18W fast charging, and comes with a 22.5W charger.
In other aspects, dual speakers, infrared, and 3.5mm headphone jacks are all pulled down. Unfortunately, this product is not equipped with wired headsets, but Xiaomi’s TWS true wireless headset products are rich in price and affordable, and the newly released Xiaomi Air 2 Pro also supports active noise reduction.
It is reported that Xiaomi POCO M3 will be officially launched on November 27 (Black Friday). The domestic version may correspond to the Redmi Note9 series that will be released on November 26. It is unknown if a similar
apperance design product will be released by then.