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On the front, there’s a 6.67-inch display with a camera hole at the top-centre. There’s a notification LED hidden in the speaker grille right at the top, but while this is a popular feature, it isn’t really visible unless you’re looking at this phone head-on. The Poco X3 Pro ships with MIUI 12 based on Android 11, firmware files with Poco UI on the top.

  • Having to disable the system-level dark mode for each and every app that’s had its design messed up is painstaking, yet it’s an actual necessity for some apps.
  • This is paired with Adreno 640 GPU to handle the graphic-intensive tasks.
  • It’s slugging, not appealing and the bloatware is absolutely out of the world.
  • It’s currently the most powerful Qualcomm chipset available under 20k and Poco bundles ample LPDDR4x RAM and UFS 2.1 storage to back it up.

The Poco X3 Pro will last for two days if it’s used less frequently. Geekbench 5 scores the phone 2,530 more points than Snapdragon 765G smartphones like the OnePlus Nord, which averages 1,800. This is roughly comparable to phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S20 or OnePlus 7T. The Poco X3 Pro offers serious gaming power at a fraction of the cost. While other phones might have the Snapdragon 860 at some point, they do not currently offer it. The video is at 4K 30 frames per seconds, with proper stabilization to allow for smoother clips. It is however outperformed only by Redmi Note 10 Pro, Realme 8 Pro and Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC.

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In terms of positioning, the Poco X3 costs less than the Poco F1 (Review) did at launch time, although that model received several price cuts and was often discounted on sale. It will compete with the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max (Review), Realme X7 5G (Review), Moto G60 (Review), and several other popular recent models. The Snapdragon 860 can handle the game without making the phone too hot to handle; the polycarbonate back helps. The 240Hz touch sampling does its job in making FPS games more responsive, and the impactful speakers definitely add a layer of immersion. Apart from the phone, obviously, the box includes a 33W adapter, a USB Type-A to Type-C cable, and a transparent silicon case that should change its color to yellow pretty soon. I have a real affinity toward the Steel Blue color, as the soft satin sides are punctuated nicely by the brighter blue strip that hosts the “POCO” logo. The logo is embossed and more visible when viewed face-on and just disappears when the X3 Pro is held at an angle.

  • For this reason, thin, light and beautiful devices are generally preferred by users.
  • Its image quality is okay for video calls, but it’s obviously not a photo pro.
  • It forces you to use the three-button navigation method when using third-party launchers, a shortcoming that other device makers eliminated months ago.
  • It can charge at 33W using the included charger in the box and will power through pretty much anything that you throw at it.

I am a huge fan of side-mounted fingerprint readers as they are ergonomic and fast, and the same stays true for the Poco X3 Pro. 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. So if you are looking for this feature, you will need to find something else.

I prefer consuming media on a slightly larger display, at least on my laptop, nothing less than that. So, the AMOLED display doesn’t matter much to me, but the high refresh rate does.