However, the dimensions of the two screens are different, being 6.67 inches diagonal on the Poco X3 Pro and 6.6 inches on the Poco X3 GT. To say that both handsets have a 6.67-inch display is only half the story. Xiaomi phones are expected to have large batteries especially on budget and mid-range phones. Both of these phones have large batteries so we can expect good battery life.
Whereas many are now pushing 108-megapixel cameras as the norm, Poco is a little further down the ladder with the X3 Pro, instead opting for a 48-megapixel main sensor. This functions by using four pixels in one, to produce 12-megapixel results. Which are fairly decent quality overall, including in a mix of conditions, with a usable Night Mode too. Not to mention that the Snapdragon 860 is really rather powerful. It’s a lot like a rebaged Snapdragon 855+ from two years back – same eight cores, same clock speed (2.96GHz), same graphics chip – just minus the faster modem, as we said.
- Its camera is superior, and not just because it has more pixels, 64MP to the Poco X3 Pro’s 48MP.
- There are plenty of features added in the Android 11 based MIUI 12 version, compare with the Old MIUI version.
- I bought this phone in June 2021 and I am very happy with the purchase.
- In addition, there are small but nice details like an IP53 certification, a 3.5 mm audio jack, NFC, an IR blaster, a notification LED, and stereo speakers.
- The Snapdragon 860 is paired with 128GB or 256GB of storage and 6GB or 8GB of RAM.
Today we will take a closer look at the new Poco X3 Pro and try to find out how the device differs from its predecessor and what it will be able to offer a potential buyer in the end. As for battery life, the X3 Pro comes with a 5160mAh battery with 33W fast charging — the same as the X3 NFC. The phone consistently offers over a day’s worth of battery life even with heavy use, and I had zero issues in this particular area. The sides of the phone gently curve as it meets the mid-frame, and that makes holding and using the X3 Pro that much easier. The frame itself is also made out of plastic and has a glossy finish. Like recent POCO phones, the X3 Pro also has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor that’s baked into the power button, and you can easily locate the module thanks to the indent on the right.
Some functionalities might be compatible with other Xiaomi devices (Android one ones for example, or Blackshark). Some might work even with other brand devices, but this tool is not designed to do that, so please use it with Xiaomi devices. No smartwatches, TVs or any other type of device are supported. We always suggest, before the start, the flashing process you need to create a backup of your Android smartphone. You can use any of the following versions of Xiaomi Flash Tool to flash the firmware. However, we recommend using the latest tool version for Maximum Compatibility and Stability with the Windows OS. After this process you will probably need to reflash TWRP image on your phone because flashing any Official update replaces TWRP with Mi-Recovery.
Affordable Price – The Poco X3 Pro offers excellent value for money, as it provides high-end features stock ROM at a mid-range price point. Decent Processing Capabilities – One of the main highlights of the Poco M4 Pro is the ability to process tasks like a piece of cake. It’s loaded with a Dimensity 810 5G processor and runs on an ad-free version of MIUI which is pretty decent in my opinion. The UI of the shell and apps is smooth, and the increased frequency works in some games. The frequency itself is dynamic and can vary depending on the task. The smartphone can automatically set 50, 60, 90 or 120 Hz depending on the running apps and user interaction.
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