Poco X3 Pro also uses two shades of color while the Poco F3 uses a single color. The launch of Poco X3 Pro and Poco F3 has got me very excited, they should offer tremendous value and blazing fast performance.
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.
- So, you can choose from plenty of different custom ROM, credit and download them on your device.
- Only one thing I would like is horizontal mode in Poco launcher…
- Miui gives you occasional jerks in some demanding games, which is not the case with aosp roms.
- You get a 48-megapixel primary camera and an 8-megapixel ultra-wide one, compared to 64 and 13 megapixels respectively on what is supposed to be a lower-end model in the same series.
The phone is available in Frost Blue, Phantom Black, and Metal Bronze color options. The flagship chipset immediately makes the X3 Pro stand out. In short, this is one of the best cheap Android phones you can buy. In the PCMark test, the lavishly dimensioned energy storage device achieved an average runtime of 12 hours and 56 minutes.
- The camera on the POCO X3 Pro is rather capable for a device at this price range.
- As in the Poco X3 NFC, an LCD with a diagonal of 6.67 inches and a resolution of 2400×1080 pixels is still used.
- I am liking that Google integration is getting better, icon shapes look like stock Android and annoying ads are quite limited in newer MIUI versions.
- The camera module and the back panel are quite distinctive.
- Night Mode takes about 2-3 seconds to take a picture, which is quite decent for a phone in this price segment.
With moderate use, you might even be able to stretch to a day and a half. The Poco X3 charged to 55 percent in 30 minutes and 93 percent in an hour using the bundled 33W charger, which is not bad at all. The phone ships with a 33W proprietary charger in the box that takes about an hour and 30 minutes to juice up the phone, which is okay. I’m actually more impressed Poco included support for 26W USB-PD that’s almost as fast and works with more plugs. The Poco X3 Pro may not follow the same naming scheme, but it’s the true successor to the F1 that we’ve all been waiting for. It’s all about power, and the Snapdragon 860 at its helm manages to trump phones that cost a lot more.