It has high-end performance x its hardware configuration, in my case 8×256, it is not afraid of any game. The battery lasts all day unless you use the 120hrz all the time. Xiaomi pocox3 pro and other models of the brand unfortunately have functions that are disabled and do not work as they should. With the way that POCO has priced the POCO X3 Pro, matching it on point with the POCO X3 NFC’s pricing, it becomes impossible not to recommend the Pro device over its non-Pro sibling. As far as I can tell from having used both devices, there is not a single aspect of the X3 NFC that is better than the X3 Pro.
The buttons are well placed, but it is impossible to reach the top of the screen without changing the grip. The block itself protrudes above the surface of the case, but not very much and is covered by a bundled cover, so there are no problems in this regard. A fairly wide strip with a pattern in the form of thin diagonal lines runs along the center of the lid.
- The Stock ROM comes as a zip package which contains the original Firmware, Flash Tool go to destination, Driver, and How-to Install Manual.
- The UI of the shell and apps is smooth, and the increased frequency works in some games.
- To its credit, Xiaomi is fixing the number of ads on the Redmi Note 10 series, and that is only set to get better with the upcoming MIUI 12.5 update.
- While it largely delivers on that claim by packing in Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 860 chip, its sustained performance (or lack of it) leaves a lot to be desired.
Even in good light shots look a little soft, with severely reduced detail and faded colour compared to the main lens. In low light this only gets worse, with white balance and exposure problems thrown into the mix. Even better, the refresh rate can dynamically switch between five speeds, from 30Hz up to 120Hz, meaning that when necessary the screen can run a little slower to save the battery. This isn’t sensationally fast like the OnePlus 9, but considering the lower price and the high capacity of the battery itself, it’s a winner. We left the 120Hz display mode switched on during testing and were routinely left with 40% or more charge remaining by the end of the day. However, it is outperformed by the Realme 8 Pro, Redmi Note 10 Pro and Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC. This is a big issue if you value camera performance over gaming power.
In proper daylight, the Poco X3 can keep the colors natural and retains details and texture fairly well. At times 7 Pro manages better details in shadows and in the backdrop and at times the Poco X3 retains better texture. The camera module and the back panel are quite distinctive. The bundled case cover can even out the camera hump, no worries. As for the materials used, there’s Gorilla Glass 6 on the front, a polycarbonate frame on the sides, and polycarbonate back panel.