Poco announced the X3 NFC smartphone on Monday, and just a day later it went on sale. The phone's aggressive price considering its a Snapdragon 732G chipset, big battery with fast charging and unique design made fans rush to order it with 10,000 units gone in the first 30 minutes.
Poco sells the phone from its official AliExpress store accomplishment, which alone achieved the impressive number.
The phone can also be found at Xiaomi’s own store, selected regional Amazon websites, Banggood, Gearbest, the Dutch platform Belsimpel, and the leading online platform in Southeast Asia - Shopee. It's unclear how many units went through those, but one imagines the demand was high there too.
The phone was launched at €229 or €269 for its 64GB and 128GB, respectively. However, between September 8 and September 11 the Poco X3 NFC is even cheaper - the early bird prices are €199 and €249.
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It matters that Poco is hyping up NFC functionality because India is finally getting tap-to-pay through Google Pay (with Axis and SBI Visa cards for now) that requires... you guessed it, NFC CHIPS. (Reference: https://www.indiatoday.in/technology/new...