At the time of this review, the Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro gaming phone is the most expensive. It has impressive performance and a smooth, sharp screen. He is responsible for writing about gadgets from the world of smart home and automation products.
- Adding to this is the massive Poco logo lined with iridescent colors, placed vertically on it.
- Unlocking the bootloader helps you to override this stock recovery with the custom recovery.
- So getting the Poco X3 Pro with a high refresh rate LCD panel was a bit of a step back.
- As those prices show, this is just slightly more expensive than the Poco X3 NFC.
- I\’m looking forward for more miui updates but for now it is great for it\’s price.
The O1 Ultra Vision Engine supports Video Image Sharpener and Video Colour Enhancer features, which are implemented only for certain adapted apps. The Video Image Sharpener is available for Photos and YouTube, and Video Colour Enhancer is available for YouTube. By default, the screen refresh rate is High mode, the highest refresh rate is 120Hz.
- I have the Indian version of the POCO X3 — which includes a 6000mAh battery — and next to it the X3 Pro feels lighter and easier to use.
- The Poco X3 Pro supports LDAC, SBC, AAC, aptX, and aptxHD Bluetooth codecs.
- If you value camera performance, then this ain’t it, chief.
- Together they took the phone’s performance to a whole new level.
- It is even better than the Poco X3 Pro with regards to other technology such as connectivity.
The result is a great download stock firmware smartphone that may be labelled “Pro” but ends up coming across more “Lite” in execution. That isn’t necessarily bad as the X3 Pro is still very, very good for the price.
The X3 Pro is the first handset to offer Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 860 platform. This is almost identical to the last-gen 855+ – same number of cores, same clock speed, same graphics – but without an X50 modem and, therefore, it’s 4G/LTE only – no 5G. The Poco X3 Pro for the 6GB RAM +128GB storage option is priced at €249 (~$296), but you can expect an early-bird price of €199 (~$237). Its 8GB RAM + 256GB storage variant will cost €299 (~$356), with an early-bird price of €249 (~$296). The Poco X3 Pro also comes with 6 or 8 GBs of LPDDRX RAM and 128 or 256 GBs of superfast UFS 3.1 storage. While the Poco F3 comes with faster 6 or 8 GBs of LPDDR5 RAM with the same 128 or 256 GBs of UFS 3.1 storage.