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It’s just that there is a far more compelling option in the recent Poco lineup. I wouldn’t call the 33W charging super fast, but it tops up the large 5,120mAh internal battery in less than a couple of hours from under 10%. That is a win-win for me as someone who doesn’t want to charge a device every single day wherever possible. Having reviewed a ton of Xiaomi devices in recent months, MIUI 12 has still not grown on me enough to be my first choice of Android skin. That said, the wealth of features is a major draw for those wanting to tweak, tinker, or just toy with their smartphone. We’ve seen a whole raft of affordable Xiaomi devices bombarding the market over the past couple of months.

  • So, you can choose from plenty of different custom ROM, and download them on your device.
  • Xiaomi used rear glass in 2020’s Poco X2, but this phone and the Poco X3 NFC are largely plastic.
  • According to GSM Arena reports, POCO X3  Pro got a total 113h endurance rating.
  • If you have been following Xiaomi smartphones for a long time, then it is probably no secret for you that they love to be the first.
  • The first problem concerns even more the android 13 itself than the proprietary shell.

This makes it quite a bit faster and makes it the second-fastest processor for Android phones. Since I have tested both the Redmi K40 and Poco X3, I can safely say that the Poco F3 will have a significantly better display. The AMOLED on the Poco F3 screen will be brighter, more vivid, and faster. Don’t get me wrong, Poco X3 Pro’s display is also great but only for the price, while the Poco F3 display will take the fight to much costlier phones.

  • This feature we call Hidden Features, allows you to access hidden settings and features in MIUI that are generally inaccessible to user.
  • On paper, the Poco X3 Pro has a slight advantage in battery capacity, but it’s not a significant difference.
  • Colors can be exaggerated a little but overall the quality is slap bang in the middle firmware of the road for a budget setup such as this.
  • Yes, Poco X3 is a well-put-together phone and it comes at a very convincing price, but it’s also a tad unwieldy.
  • With new fast charging technologies, your device charges quickly and you can continue your use from where you left off.
  • It can handle titles comparable to those on high-end models.

It’s heavy, it’s thick, and thanks to the Poco logo and plastic finish it both looks and feels kind of cheap. It’s not awful, but there are similarly priced phones from Realme and Oppo – and even Xiaomi’s other phone lines – that look an awful lot slicker. The Poco X3 Pro is for Android gamers or power users on a budget, with near-flagship processing power in one of the cheapest phones on the market. It’s big, it’s bulky, and the camera’s not great – but it’s still astonishing that Xiaomi has pulled this off.

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Yet you can see the display on POCO X3 Pro at max brightness while outdoors. As this one comes with a big camera bump, the phone wobbles a lot when tapped on the upper-half portion of the screen from the sides. Though the wobbling is not there when tapped from the lower end of the phone. The depth sensor does its job well with the right subject and background separation in portrait mode. The 2 MP macro shooter is disappointing – for obvious reasons.