However, this doesn’t mean that corners have been cut in other areas. The features of the Poco X3 Pro include an IPS display with a 120 Hz refresh rate, a quad-camera setup with 48 MP, at least 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, as well as a 5,120 mAh battery.
The UI is packed with features such as a Game Turbo for optimisations and shortcuts, a Video Toolbox overlay, and a Second Space for privacy. In this sense, the X3 Pro is very much the successor to the F1 that we’d all been waiting for. But just like the F1, this definitely isn’t the phone for everyone.
- Much like the LIC agent in every WhatsApp group, GetApps keeps nagging you to take up random things.
- The smartphone can automatically set 50, 60, 90 or 120 Hz depending on the running apps and user interaction.
- The Poco X3 Pro has an OTG-compatible USB-C port with USB 2 stock ROM.0 speeds.
- The handset offers an option to save 48 MP photographs, but you can avoid it altogether, as there’s hardly any improvement in quality.
- For example in the UK, it is currently possible to find the option with 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM for about £269.
However, if you want a great gaming experience or ability to watch videos with a big screen, this phone can give you that. Also, with the powerful processor that it has, you can run many games on this smartphone. As you can see, the results on the highest of settings are very decent. Almost flagship level, except the Poco X3 Pro costs several times less. Again – given its not very high cost and such a high level of performance. Xiaomi dominates this segment, and there are plenty of alternatives to the POCO X3 Pro. The regular X3 now costs ₹14,999 ($205) for the 6GB/64GB version, and you get better cameras and a larger 6000mAh battery with the same 33W fast charging.
- It’s always advisable that you backup your device Firmware after purchasing it.
- Supposedly this textured back should improve fingerprints but I don’t think it is as effective it should be.
- Also, this ROM proves to offer more stability in terms of strength.
- If you are looking for gaming performance more than camera performance, this is an issue.
The macro camera lacks autofocus and I found the Ultrawide camera to give good results of close-ups compared to the actual macro camera. The main camera on the Poco X3 Pro is 48MP and uses the Sony IMX 582 Quad-Bayer 1/2″ sensor with 0.8µm pixels, 25mm f/1.8 lens. It has PDAF which means in daylight it is easy to focus on subjects/objects.