The 5,120mAh battery should last you an entire day even if you game for a couple of hours. If you find yourself in a dire situation, the phone’s ultra battery saving mode should help you eke out a few more hours. It’s clear where Poco’s priorities are with the X3 Pro — offering the best performance in its price segment. It is because of this the X3 Pro has a beefy battery, a space-taking heat sink; it’s not striving to win any accolades for handleability.
- And after trying out the phone for more than a week, I will tell you the reasons why one should buy it and who should buy it.
- You wouldn’t want to be a part of that conversation, but would definitely pay attention.
- There are various custom ROM is available for Poco X3 Pro.
- The Poco F3, the costlier one looks better and feels like a well-refined design.
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You can download the firmware for your device with the Recovery ROM or all mobile firmwares Fastboot ROM. Then, you can perform a manual update or perform a full recovery if you have bricked your device.
- The POCO X3 Pro is a spiritual successor of sorts to the Pocophone F1 (or POCO F1 in India) — a smartphone that changed the value proposition through its high-end specs at a cutthroat price.
- The new MIUI Android 11 build is now available for the Poco X3 NFC.
- It does not have perfect contrast, but we didn’t actually find raised blacks too noticeable even in a very dark room, at least with mixed content.
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The cameras on the X3 Pro don’t hold up against the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max, and even the standard POCO X3 takes better photos in a few situations. Xiaomi isn’t positioning this phone as a camera-focused option, and that is evident in the resultant shots. An interesting addition on the X3 Pro is IP53 dust and water resistance.
At this budget, I guess this the best experience with haptics on the phone, especially while typing. This is where Poco X3 Pro stands out in the crowd, among many smartphones priced under ₹20,000. I really like the phone, especially because of its processor, I only use it to play games. But knowing how to configure your camera really takes good photos. The one glaring issue with the POCO X3 Pro is the fact that it is literally just a POCO X3 NFC with some slightly souped-up internals. It is completely indistinguishable from the NFC version of this particular device, with the only real changes being in the camera system and the chipset. Those are definitely big upgrades, but it still means that you’re effectively getting a very similar device if you go with the X3 Pro instead of the X3 NFC.