Xiaomi's Poco X3 NFC has a giant battery and 120Hz screen for $235

As you might have guessed from the inclusion of “NFC” in the name of the phone itself, this is not a device targeting a typical flagship audience.

This is not a subtle phone, even before you get to the giant glossy “POCO” logo on the plastic back.

It doesn’t look bad, though — it’s sharper than an equivalently sized 1080p OLED, and the 120Hz refresh rate is usually only found on much more expensive phones.

The Poco X3 NFC is the first phone to use Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 732G processor, a speed-bumped version of the 730G found on Google’s Pixel 4A.

Xiaomi claims more than two days of regular usage, plus the ability to get a full charge in 65 minutes or 62 percent in half an hour.

Other hardware features include decent-sounding stereo speakers, reasonably good haptics, and a headphone jack.

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