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 isn’t nearly as powerful as the X3 Pro, but if you don’t see yourself playing a lot of games, it is a great option to consider. The current lineup of Poco smartphones consists of only a few models, so it is not so difficult to understand it all. As I noted earlier, the Poco X3 Pro is essentially an improved version of last year’s hit Poco X3 NFC.
My complaints are about the back, the Poco X3 Pro’s back is made from plastic, which itself is not bad, as plastic is more durable. I don’t like the Poco branding or the camera island or the two-tone color scheme. You need 5GThe point is that 5G has become available on a variety of phones at an affordable price.
- This chipset is mid-range and has power comparable to the Snapdragon 855 Plus.
- In short, this is one of the best cheap Android phones you can buy.
- You will anyway get the idea of how good or bad the battery backup is.
- The beautiful glass front is already quite nice to look at with the phone’s curved edges and the screen takes up a huge chunk of space.
- A DDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage for faster storage accessing.
In the case of the Poco M5, this is UFS 2.1, while in the Poco X3 Pro it is UFS 3.1a more advanced one that allows for faster read and write speeds, which helps make it faster than the M5 firmware files. However, it should be noted that the price of this mobile starts at 260 or 270 euros, while that of the Poco X3 Pro starts at around 200 euros. Also, in the latter’s favour, it has support for internal memory expansion via microSD, a 3.5 mm headphone jack and a higher-resolution front camera. They also support HDR10, which means that both panels have a high dynamic range for displaying images that are difficult to interpret in colour, even more so when whites are strong. However, the dimensions of the two screens are different, being 6.67 inches diagonal on the Poco X3 Pro and 6.6 inches on the Poco X3 GT. To say that both handsets have a 6.67-inch display is only half the story.
- At times 7 Pro manages better details in shadows and in the backdrop and at times the Poco X3 retains better texture.
- This included several hours of 4G data usage playing and testing Call of Duty Mobile and general texting, instant messaging, and even some photo taking.
- And yes, that reminded me about the haptics on this phone.
- I haven’t tried the camera very extensively, so I guess I won’t try to look like a fool by lecturing about whether it’s good or bad.
- I’ve already mentioned that this is a 4G phone, not 5G, but you also miss out on the newer Wi-Fi 6 standard.
They are guaranteed to deliver an immersive experience regardless of the volume levels. You shouldn’t expect anything special from the macro module.