Poco X3 Pro review, three months later: All the power you need some MIUI quirks you don’t
The first thing that we are going to check out about the technical specifications of Poco X3 Pro is its size and weight. If you are stock Android firmware looking for a decently large smartphone that can give you a great gaming experience, then this phone can do exactly that.
- There’s absolutely nothing new about the OS of this phone.
- It’s currently not available in Australia, although the price is approximately AU$320.
- In the case of the Poco M5, this is UFS 2.1, while in the Poco X3 Pro it is UFS 3.1a more advanced one that allows for faster read and write speeds, which helps make it faster than the M5.
- This isn’t sensationally fast like the OnePlus 9, but considering the lower price and the high capacity of the battery itself, it’s a winner.
- The firm has even attacked the premium segment but as a champion of value smartphones, the Poco X3 Pro is firmly at the affordable end of the spectrum.
That said, the global version I’m using does have the feature, so this particular limitation is only for the Indian model. 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 latter weighs 10g less, and that makes a significant difference in day-to-day use.
It won’t be fair to blame Poco for the omission because this is an industry-wide change that affects almost all upcoming phones. The software on the phone has a few peeve points, though. Google is now pushing OEMs to include the stock Google dialer and messaging app on its phones and the Google Dialer doesn’t have auto call recording. In fact, Poco X3 doesn’t have the option for regular call recording either but that can be added with an OTA update. Post the Android 9 Pie update, third-party apps are utterly useless in this regard. The fingerprint reader is on the side and it’s as snappy and reliable as we’d want it to be. The volume rocker above it isn’t as easily accessible, but we can still reach it out with fair ease.
- The Open GApps packages merely provide a convenient way to sideload APKs to your device.
- Some of these ROMS are pretty famous and they are really good than MIUI.
- Android flash files are files that are added to the system or completely replace the system.
- We managed to take decent pictures in low light and dark situations.
While I’m not sure how much the flagship-level ISP of the Snapdragon 860 is responsible for this, the images from the 48MP camera are pretty good in daylight scenarios. There’s some really good dynamic range on display and details are plenty.
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