Not only its of good quality but presence of Corning Gorilla Glass 6 also makes it well protected also. The standout features are the 6.67-inch screen with its 120Hz refresh rate and the Snapdragon 732G chipset, which delivers solid benchmark performance. Although the 5,160mAh battery seems to struggle with extended video playback, it should get many people through the day with capacity to spare, while fast charging support is another plus. The Poco X3 Pro also scores points with its 120 Hz IPS display, solid battery life, fast UFS 3.1 storage, and 48 MP main camera that shoots good photos in daylight. In addition, there are small but nice details like an IP53 certification, a 3.5 mm audio jack, NFC, an IR blaster, a notification LED, and stereo speakers.
- The M4 Pro 5G also is quite lightweight and slim making it easy to hold while gaming.
- 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.
- Our review Poco X3 Pro has 6GB of RAM, so your experience should be at least as good as ours.
- The phone has DRM L1 certification and HD streaming is supported on all relevant apps out of the box.
- At this time, POCO X3 Pro does not support 90 FPS in PUBG Mobile Or BGMI Game.
It takes a bit of practice to get decent pictures with the ultrawide camera in Night Mode though, so there’s that. The 8MP ultrawide camera in daylight yields nice photos with good contrast and detail. However dynamic range is not as good as the main camera. The barrel effect is also minimal at the edges and corners. The Poco X3 Pro is available in two configurations – the review model is the base version with 6GB RAM/128GB of storage. There is another version with 8GB RAM /256GB storage for a bit more. In either version RAM is LPDDR4x and the storage is the UFS 3.1 type.
The X3 NFC was our favourite budget phone of 2020, and the Pro is a better phone in enough areas to make it an easy recommendation too.
HDR is especially beneficial for streaming video content or playing games that support HDR, providing a more immersive viewing experience. Meanwhile, the Poco X3 Pro features a slightly smaller 6.67-inch IPS LCD display with the same resolution and pixel density. Unlike some of the other Xiaomi smartphones we’ve reviewed, the Poco M4 has a plastic body which might put some people off, but I personally liked how snug the phone fit in my hands. The front of the phone features a 6.67-inch FHD+ IPS LCD display with a centered punch-hole camera, similar to the Poco M4 Pro. The front of the phone features a 6.67-inch FHD+ IPS LCD display with a centered punch-hole camera. You can also note the pleasant vibration feedback information of the smartphone.