It stock ROMs is used in smartphones like the Asus ROG Phone 2 or OnePlus 7T. It appears to have the typical hardware of this category. It has a primary 48MP camera and an 8MP basic ultra-wide. There are also two horrible 2MP macro depth and macro cameras. It’s not difficult to fill in cams on affordable phones. It is a 6.67 inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1080×2400 and a refresh rate of 120Hz. The first, second, and third impressions of this screen are excellent.
But better to share the SOT and battery graph here rather than explaining in detail. You will anyway get the idea of how good or bad the battery backup is.
Just like POCO F1 which disrupted the market by providing a flagship processor, at affordable prices. This is paired with Adreno 640 GPU to handle the graphic-intensive tasks. The display produces good colors, as well as, it supports up to 84% NTSC Color Gamut.
I am betting the Poco X3 Pro to last a bit longer than the Poco F3 when it comes to battery life. All things considered, I like the design of the Poco F3 better as it is cleaner and more minimalistic. The aggressive Poco branding and two-tone color on the back of Poco X3 Pro aren’t helping in my opinion.
- This is the Snapdragon 860 processor, which should be of interest to many.
- By default, the icons and other UI elements are larger than usual.
- 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.
- Once done, Boot your Poco X3 to recovery mode by holding the Power Button + Volume Down for 5 seconds.
- Overall, both devices offer great value for money and can capture decent images in most situations.
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.