I\’m looking forward for more miui updates but for now it is great for it\’s price. I definitely recommend to someone who does care too much about the software but instead hardware. The POCO X3 Pro could find itself being a mid-range gaming smartphone on a budget, thanks to the Adreno 640 inside. You get some pretty decent sustained performance too, according to my testing using the CPU Throttling Test app. The POCO X3 Pro scores higher in the CPU Throttle Test too than devices with the Snapdragon 765G.
- Here is no 5G, i think, in Germany, it is huge problem with internet.
- Xiaomi and its spin-off brands have a knack for delivering excellent design and build at an affordable price.
- I feel Poco cane easily fix all the current optimization issues and they will be resolved before first sale but there are current things which make MIUI the most hated UI.
- You’ll see a more advanced camera, a better screen, and more.
- For context, 2019’s Black Shark 2 – powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC – barely goes below 92 percent of its max performance in the same test.
The Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro puts power first and offers a great screen too, but this isn’t one for photography fans. POCO hasn’t made any compromise in terms of connectivity, as we get support for Dual Band WIFI, 2×2 MIMO support, Bluetooth 5.0. As of 5G connectivity, POCO X3 Pro does not support 5G bands. The 20MP shooter at the front captures good pictures, which looks a bit on the softer side but gets the job done. Selfies from this one can easily fetch you few social media likes or maybe some hearts (at least more than what I get). To keep the price under control, Poco has opted for a dual-tone plastic back on Poco X3 Pro, where the glossy part in the middle easily picks up fingerprints. It feels like a downgrade, even while carrying the “Pro” branding, as the last-gen Poco X2 had GG5 back.
- As far as I can tell from having used both devices, there is not a single aspect of the X3 NFC that is better than the X3 Pro.
- OEM unlocking has been enabled on your Poco X3 Pro device.
- The block itself protrudes above the surface of the case, but not very much and is covered by a bundled cover, so there are no problems in this regard.
- To download this latest update, follow the steps given below.
- To ensure that all important data on the phone (like contacts, messages, app data, etc.) is safe, back them all up because you could loose data after flashing.
- Moreover, now that Poco has branched out from the parent company Xiaomi, the Poco smartphones will soon start receiving new POCO UI firmware.
After downloading the firmware from above link, get a functional USB cable, then follow the instructions via this link to learn how to flash Xiaomi fastboot and recovery firmware. Many more features are available on this custom ROM that you may not see on others. Also, this ROM proves to offer more stability in terms of strength. CrDroid did not sacrifice some features to provide a stable Android experience; it comes with customizable features and proves efficient. This custom ROM has different variants, and each option is specially designed for specific devices.
The UI of the shell and apps is smooth, and the increased frequency works in some games. The frequency itself is dynamic and can vary depending on the task. The smartphone can automatically set 50, 60, 90 or 120 Hz depending on the running apps and user interaction. Specifications like firmware files these imply that we have a pretty good screen.