Poco first announced the M3 Pro midranger with 5G connectivity and a 90Hz display back in May. The phone was available in a bunch of markets from the start – from Europe all the way to Far-East Asia.
One market that was missing from the list was India, and now the Xiaomi-owned brand is fixing the problem – the Poco M3 Pro will launch there as well, on June 14.
The Poco M3 Pro will launch in all three colors, including the eye-grabbing POCO Yellow (the other two are Cool Blue and Power Black). Prices are INR13,999 ($190/€155) or INR15,999 ($220/€180), depending on whether the memory is 4 GB + 64 GB or 6 GB + 128 GB.
Early bird offer brings the price down with INR500, but it is available only during the first day of sales.
With these prices the Poco M3 Pro is definitely a steal, even if it is exactly the same as the Redmi Note 10 5G (which is currently not available in India) – Dimensity 700 chipset by Mediatek, 6.5” LCD with Full HD+ resolution, and a 5,000 mAh battery with 18W fast charging.