Poco X3 Pro review: Too big for its own boots?

Lastly, the Poco X3 Pro is priced more affordably compared to the Poco M4 Pro 5G, providing better value for money overall. Also among the advantages are fast and stable unlocking methods, stereo sound and decent battery life. But the cons are really difficult to point out, given the price tag of the device. In fact, Adreno 640 GPU along with faster UFS 3.1 storage is a deadly combination at this price. You can easily play most stock firmware ROM common games like PUBG, Asphalt, and COD on max graphics.

Also, I’m not sure if it’s just my device, but I’ve noticed the phone drop the refresh rate even when it’s set at 120Hz. There isn’t much emphasis on the X3 Pro’s cameras — no fancy 108MP sensor here — and that’s not surprising. What you get is a quad-camera setup consisting of a 48MP wide, an 8MP ultrawide, a 2MP depth, and a 2MP macro. The only one that takes good images, though, is the primary one.

That is, like the usual Poco X3, the X3 Pro has stereo sound. You get a very decent volume levels and good low frequencies. Naturally, I cannot say that it is as clean and of high quality as on the flagship Xiaomi Mi 11, but you cannot expect better from a smartphone of this class. The Poco X3 Pro received a non-removable 5160 mAh battery and in this regard, it is also no different from the classic Poco X3 NFC.

  • The Poco X3 Pro edges out the Poco F3 with a better battery setup as it comes with a 5160mAh battery compared to the 4520mAh battery on Poco F3.
  • IDK is there any better gaming phone than this in this budget, if there pls notify me.
  • Also, there is a nice gradient pattern at the back which should be appealing to young consumers.

It was an actual battery beast in my experience, even when I decided to rock it as my solo smartphone for a short period. I simply could not kill it in a day of my heaviest usage patterns. Xiaomi appears to have gone all-in on 120Hz displays even on the firm’s affordable lines.

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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. Both the Poco X3 Pro and Poco F3 have displays of the same size and resolution.