Portrait mode does well with stock ROM separating the background though focus isn’t always perfect. On the front, there’s a 6.67-inch display with a camera hole at the top-centre.
Poco X3 is equipped with 64MP Sony IMX682 sensor in the lead. This is among the better sensors available in mid-range phones today and Poco says that the only feature missing when compared to Sony IMX686 is 4K video This is the first phone with 8nm process-based Snapdragon 732G octa-core chipset, which is an incremental upgrade to the Snapdragon 730G used on the Poco X2. 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. Benchmark scores and gaming performance show a significant boost over Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 700-series chipsets. Call of duty Mobile defaulted to Very High graphics and High frame rate.
So if you are looking for this feature, you will need to find something else. It also has a screen with a large inch count, but it’s not too tall. This makes the width of this phone comparable to some of the largest phones. This is a common size, but it’s important to be aware of. It charges your phone in just 30 minutes and takes it from flat to 59%. We opened up the “home” settings and reduced the icons to fit more pages. This display deserves five columns and not just four icons.
Today we will take a closer look at the new Poco X3 Pro and try to find out how the device differs from its predecessor and what it will be able to offer a potential buyer in the end. As for battery life, the X3 Pro comes with a 5160mAh battery with 33W fast charging — the same as the X3 NFC. The phone consistently offers over a day’s worth of battery life even with heavy use, and I had zero issues in this particular area.
Both devices have stereo speakers which have pretty much the same output although the Poco X3 is slightly louder. Along with the blazing-fast processors, you are getting beautiful high refresh rate screens, large batteries, features like dual speakers, and more. If you are limited by budget, the Poco X3 Pro should be excellent for you, but I would advise you to go for the Poco F3 just for the screen and extra performance. Of course, there are some compromises and some drawbacks to the budget-friendly POCO X3 GT, but depending on your specific needs, they’re nothing too major. We’re sad to see POCO drop micro SD support on the POCO X3 GT, but with up to 256GB of fast UFS 3.1 storage, we won’t complain.
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