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- Things are interesting with the Poco X3 Pro performance levels, and it’s more or less all good news.
- You will receive a full package including a flash file, flash tool, and USB drivers to unlock or flash any Android device manually.
- Several Poco and Mi devices have already started receiving MIUI 13 based on Android 12 with some brand new features.
- It feels like a downgrade, even while carrying the “Pro” branding, as the last-gen Poco X2 had GG5 back.
- Ads are not there directly but they are in disguised of notifications.
I took a few pictures on this phone from both of the primary sensors to get a taste of what the POCO X3 Pro’s camera is like, and you can check out the album below. Given that the Snapdragon 860 is basically a more powerful 855+, then it stands to reason that this is still a pretty powerful chip. According to an Antutu benchmark, it scores just a little bit higher than the OnePlus 7 Pro, a fantastic device in its own right. It’s not going to go toe-to-toe against the likes of the Xiaomi Mi 11, but it will pack a punch that a modern-day mid-range smartphone still can’t quite achieve.
And the side-mounted fingerprint scanner – which doubles-up as the power button – is well placed for rapid login. Or, by the wonders of face unlock, you can feed the X3 Pro your face and get a speedy unlock that way too. Flip the phone around and the rear design has a kind-of retro look about it. Phone design moves on so rapidly year on year that, for whatever reason, the Poco X3 Pro just looks a bit ‘last year’. Maybe it’s the raised camera unit, housed within a black circle, that’s behind the times.
- We’ll be taking a closer look at the features, performance, and overall value of each device to help you decide which one is the right fit for you.
- By default, all installed games go to the built-in game hub and run with Game Turbo.
- Aimed at a specific niche that is focused entirely on performance, the POCO X3 Pro is an appealing option.
- Benchmarks are only one thing of course, but in daily use the X3 Pro proves its worth.
- Although it isn’t a catastrophe, it’s still not very good.
While the Snapdragon 732G is a very efficient processor in its own right, it is going up against a high-end processor, the Snapdragon 860. The Redmi Note 10 Pro Max handles casual gaming very well and will even be able to offer you a reasonably high-end gaming experience. This means in no way lags would dominate the high-end gaming experience on the Note 10 Pro Max but the phone will feel as if it can be pushed too far. And this feeling will get amplified when you will compare it with the Poco X3 Pro. The phone handles high-end games with an ease which is unparalleled to anything on the Redmi Note 10 Pro or indeed anything in the sub-Rs 25,000 segment. This is a pretty easy category simply because the two phones come with different processors.
Its images are significantly softer, with less fine detail and texture detail, than the Poco X3 NFC’s. This is a 6.67-inch IPS LCD screen with a 1080 x 2400 resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. As those prices show, this is just slightly more expensive than the Poco X3 NFC. Xiaomi hasn’t used the ‘Pro’ title and the phone’s new chipset to squeeze too many more dollars out of us.