Poco X3 Pro Review: Most Powerful In Its Class?
Of all the brands, Xiaomi uncovered the potential in the budget friendly segment and never stopped acting upon it. Since its inception, they’ve launched a bunch of budget-friendly devices under its name. Xiaomi even started brands like Redmi & POCO and made them go independent.
- I bought it 2 months ago and am very happy with it and very satisfied with the device.
- It’s perfectly responsive in day-to-day use, and it makes for a much better solution than a less reliable in-display fingerprint reader.
- Plus it supports MMT charging technology which simply means fast charging.
- I am betting the Poco X3 Pro to last a bit longer than the Poco F3 when it comes to battery life.
This allows you to evaluate how the new firmware works on a rather old, albeit quite powerful, hardware. One of the best top-end smartphones that doesn’t sport a Samsung or Apple logo. It’s serious money, but the Find X3 Pro is brilliantly firmware files capable in just about every area.
I bought this phone 1 year ago and its still performing very well , except battery, i think its because of this chipset. You should easily be able to get through a full day even with an hour or so of gaming. With moderate use, you might even be able to stretch to a day and a half. The Poco X3 charged to 55 percent in 30 minutes and 93 percent in an hour using the bundled 33W charger, which is not bad at all. The phone ships with a 33W proprietary charger in the box that takes about an hour and 30 minutes to juice up the phone, which is okay. I’m actually more impressed Poco included support for 26W USB-PD that’s almost as fast and works with more plugs.
- With Realme, it was a completely different story, rather a horror story, I would say.
- After the Poco series become a successful lineup, Xiaomi begins to release few additional variants as a mid-range mobile.
- The clips contain a good amount of detail and accurate colours.
- Xiaomi didn’t use the “Pro” title or the new chipset on the phone to make more money.
- If you like the Poco X3 NFC’s chunky hardware, then you’ll be right at home with the X3 Pro.
- Images are relatively soft, and the softness kicks up a level in the ultra-wide, as is to be expected from a budget 8MP sensor.
While gaming the handset got a bit warm but we didn’t notice any frame drops or major heating during the session. POCO X3 Pro comes with a 6.67″ FHD+ LCD HDR10 display which comes with an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate, and a 240Hz Touch sampling rate. The 20 MP selfie camera captures bright images with accurate colours. It comes with a Portrait selfie mode, which works well as long as you have a contrast between the person in focus and the background. In addition to Play Store, the phone comes with Xiaomi’s ‘GetApps’ repository. Much like the LIC agent in every WhatsApp group, GetApps keeps nagging you to take up random things.