Things can sometimes look deeper gray rather than black. The Poco X3 Pro does suffer in that regard, but it’s not to the detriment of the smooth experience. Although to contradict myself, there is some image ghosting on this panel. You’ll notice most often when scrolling quickly and slow down. It’s not too distracting, it’s just something to note, and given the cost of this smartphone, it’s not a dealbreaker. Stereo sound is offered with a combination of a bottom-firing speaker and the earpiece.

The phone has a plastic frame with a metal-like finish, and the back panel is made of polycarbonate with a matte finish. Starting with the Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G, the device has a sleek and modern design. We’ll be taking a closer look at the features, performance, and overall value of each device to help you decide which one is the right fit for you.

poco x3 pro is good or bad

Since the X3 received a lot of criticism about its weight this time X3 Pro weighs about 213 grams as per the brand. But in our testing, it came out to be 215 grams, which is slightly lighter when compared to X3 with 225 grams. So, I would say Poco has definitely worked on the feedback, but the phone still feels bulky and heavy in hand, I hope Poco works to refine it more in the next model. By default, the phone delivers 12 MP shots that contain a good amount of detail and natural colours. Noise is mostly under control, but it’s noticeable around things such as speaker mesh, grass, shadows or finer text. The handset offers an option to save 48 MP photographs, but you can avoid it altogether, as there’s hardly any improvement in quality. In low light conditions, image quality takes a massive hit.

  • That’s all the tutorial on how to install the Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro USB driver for the Windows procedure.
  • XiaoMiTool will try to unbrick your device with the best procedure available.
  • It also has a higher resolution selfie shooter and the battery inside offers greater autonomy and boasts faster fast charging.
  • The charging data is obtained from test reports provided by the OPPO laboratory.

It has PDAF which means in daylight it is easy to focus on subjects/objects. Luckily there is Night Mode support available on the 8MP Ultrawide camera as well. One thing Poco did right this time around is that they brought the headphone jack!

There’s a 48MP primary camera, a basic 8MP ultra-wide, and two terrible 2MP macro and depth cameras. You get a headphone jack, and there are stereo speakers with good maximum volume and enough mid-range output to avoid sounding thin. We’ve listened to hours of podcasts on the Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro.

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