The 8-megapixel ultrawide is pretty “meh” in that any stills look incredibly soft compared to the main wide shooter. As far as video quality goes, main camera videos have good color, contrast, and dynamic range. Ultrawide camera clips in daylight offer good color and contrast but details are quite lacking. The display is a large 6.67-inch panel with a 1080 x 2340 FHD+ resolution (395ppi) which is a carryover from Poco X3 NFC. The IPS LCD screen supports an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate (240Hz touch sampling rate) and the standard 60Hz. For my review, I chose the higher refresh rate of course. Then there are a few other options you can tweak within the display settings which is very common for MIUI.
Luckily, the recessed power button has a fingerprint scanner that is very fast and accurate. It’s a trade-off that works on many other cheap smartphones, and the same can be said here.
They generally prefer thin, light and beautiful devices. A heavy, rough device will both hurt your hand and make your device look bad. For this reason, thin, light and beautiful devices are generally preferred by users. If budget is an issue, Poco X3 Pro should be your choice as the phone is more value for money. Yes, both Redmi Note 10 Pro Max and Poco X3 Pro come with the starting price of Rs. 18,999 but there is a catch.
- I like minimalistic designs and the Poco Stock Firmware X3 Pro is the opposite of minimalism.
- You’ve built your operating system from scratch, from the ground up.
- It features powerful processors and GPU to provide a smooth display and gaming experience to its users.
- Discover the differences in specs between these two desirable devices, from screen size to battery life, in the table below.
- For more information about the Snapdragon 695, click here.
Here’s the list of ROMS that are currently available for X3 Pro. POCO X3 Pro was launched recently in India and the model. The model is seeing some record-breaking sales owing to its flagship-level performance.