The display size we measured, is 6.67 inches IPS LCD Display that supports HDR10 alongside 450nits brightness. The POCO X3 pro has featured a 120Hz refresh rate on the screen along with a 240Hz touch sampling rate. Both phones support HDR10, which is a high dynamic range (HDR) format that offers better contrast and color accuracy than standard SDR displays. The Poco X3 Pro, by and large, has not received a large number of updates compared to the Poco X3 NFC safe for more productive hardware. The cameras are more or less the same, and you have to directly compare them to see the difference.
- It comes pre-installed in your device by the manufacturer when you purchase it.
- Since I have tested both the Redmi K40 and Poco X3, I can safely say that the Poco F3 will have a significantly better display.
- The POCO X3 Pro scores higher in the CPU Throttle Test too than devices with the Snapdragon 765G.
Depending on the version, the Poco X3 Pro comes with 128 or 256 GB of UFS 3.1 storage, with which the Xiaomi phone provides great performance. However, the data transfer rates are a bit below average for UFS 3.1 flash memory, but this isn’t noticeable when using the smartphone. In the “Automatic” preset color scheme, the display adjusts its colors to the ambient light. The other color schemes are “Saturated” and “Standard”, which also offers the best image quality.
- The truth is, I didn’t like the pictures in full resolution.
- Portrait mode does well with separating the background though focus isn’t always perfect.
- To exit the Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro download mode screen, you can restart your device by using the Volume Down key or Soft Reset method.
- If you want a device that feels premium but don’t want to spend too much, this could be a compelling option.
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The camera app is the same that we’ve seen on recent Xiaomi https://www.dnavida.com.br/everything-you-need-to-know-about-sm-g920p/ phones. It’s feature-rich, but some controls are buried, for example switching to or from the macro camera takes multiple taps. The fingerprint sensor works well and is easy to find by touch alone.