On the Poco X3 GT side we have a triple module, but with a higher resolution main sensor that is 64 MP. There is also an 8 MP wide-angle camera and a 2 MP camera for macro photos. It’s a case of comparing apples and oranges when positioning the X3 Pro and F3 against one another. Surprisngly there’s no ultra-resolute cameras to be found on either device.
- However, because it also only has a resolution of 2 MP, its use is quite limited.
- It’s a mid-range all firmware chipset with power similar to the Snapdragon 855 Plus, used in phones like the Asus ROG Phone 2 and OnePlus 7T.
- The Poco X3 Pro USB Driver is 100% safe for the Computer, laptop, and Poco device.
- And the fact is that this device, with the Snapdragon 860 inside, has high-end hardware, although not the newest, of course, given that the processor chipset is from 2019.
In LCDs, this is achieved by the twisting and bending of liquid crystal molecules that manipulate the backlight to display colours on the screen. If the response time is slow, the pixels retain their previous state for a longer time causing trailing in fast-moving visuals. I am not sure if there is a big change in overall camera performance. Even though in terms of specs there is definitely lower-spec hardware on this newer Poco X3 Pro.
- One of the reasons why Xiaomi mobiles have so many custom rom is that they officially allow it.
- This phone’s sole reason for existing is to deliver the best possible performance, and it manages to do just that.
- Moving on to the phone’s audio output, the onboard stereo speakers are loud enough for watching YouTube videos.
- One difference I could find is that Poco UI doesn’t have the Google Discover feed to the left of the homescreen.
- POCO X3 Pro is a quite noticeable phone with its unique and stylish design.
It features powerful processors and GPU to provide a smooth display and gaming experience to its users. This device has 33W fast charging support that can charge its 5160mAh powerful battery in a short period. The Poco X3 Pro is a better option than the Poco M4 Pro 5G for several reasons. It boasts a more powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 chipset, a higher refresh rate of 120Hz, and a larger battery capacity with faster charging capabilities. In addition, the X3 Pro has a better camera setup with a 48-megapixel primary camera and a 20-megapixel front-facing camera, as well as better low-light performance. Lastly, the Poco X3 Pro is priced more affordably compared to the Poco M4 Pro 5G, providing better value for money overall. Also among the advantages are fast and stable unlocking methods, stereo sound and decent battery life.
Here you can find detailed information about firmware flashing with Flash tool. Charge the phone at least 50% without interrupting the flashing process with a low battery.
The Poco X3 has all the ingredients it takes but do they add up to a comparable experience? In our Poco X3 review, we will share our experience and give you a better view of where it stands compared to Realme 7 Pro (review) and Galaxy M31s (review). By the time we are done, you will hopefully be able to decide if this is a phone you should buy. The wide-angle camera does a fine job in proper daylight, but you need to balance your expectations. Power buttons, ports, and fingerprint readers are easily accessible. The X3 Pro further has a hybrid card slot and an IR blaster. There’s also a LED notification light, surely a rarity these days.