Poco X3 64-megapixel camera sensor has been confirmed by a company executive on Twitter. The new confirmation about the successor to the Poco X2 comes days after the rumour mill tipped the same primary camera details of the Poco X3. The new Poco phone will debut as the successor to the Poco X2 that the Xiaomi spun-off company launched in India in February. There aren’t any details about the exact launch date of the Poco X3. However, considering the series of teasers releasing officially, it is likely to debut sometime in the near future.
Angus Kai Ho Ng, Product Marketing Manager and Global Spokesperson at Poco, has posted a tweet that confirms the 64-megapixel primary camera sensor on the Poco X3. The camera sensor is likely to use a pixel binning technique on images of 16-megapixel resolution to provide 64-megapixel results.
The executive posted a couple of images alongside the text confirming the 64-megapixel camera. One of the images provides a quick look at the camera interface of the Poco X3 that has features including a Pro mode with options to adjust aperture, exposure value, ISO sensitivity, and white balance.
The FCC listing of the Poco X3 suggested 33W fast charging support. However, the tweet posted by Poco’s executive doesn’t provide any details about the wattage.
That being said, the Poco X3 is rumoured to launch on September 8. The phone is tipped to have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 732 SoC and come with a 120Hz display.