The Poco X3 rear camera setup has inspired a company’s executive. A global spokesperson shared four images of a smartphone called the Poco X3. Each image has a smartphone that sets up different types of cameras. He told his followers to guess which camera design was real.
The design matches the rear panel plan displayed on the U.S. FCC list, along with the rendered leaks earlier this week. However, renders show a wide variety of camera formats from single lines to diamond shapes.
Poko Product Marketing Manager and Global Spokesperson Angus Koi Ho NG tweeted four possible designs for rear camera placement in a notification module for the Poko X3 smartphone. In a tweet, he asked his followers to guess the actual camera design and said that [the person with the closest guess would be given a Poco X3 smartphone.
There are some interesting things we can get from the post. First, it is official that Poco will launch the Poco X3 smartphone. The second is that the Poco X3 will play the quad rear camera setup and the third is that the phone will support a notification camera module similar to the one leaked in the FCC documents.
Unfortunately, the FCC images do not show how the camera will be spread, leaving NG’s tweets a mystery. Furthermore, the phone’s FCC schematics, including model number M2007J20CG, feature a. Gives.
In addition, none of the images have an LED flash, but the renders leaked at the Mi Turkey forum will feature a quad camera setup and an LED flash inside a semi-curved rectangular shaped camera module. However, it does not match any renders shared by NG. None of the images have a fingerprint sensor, which means the phone may have a side-mounted or an in-display fingerprint scanner.
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