Xiaomi includes a 33-watt fast charger, a USB-C cable (Type-A to C), a SIM eject tool, a protective case, a user manual, and a warranty card with the Poco X3 Pro. The manufacturer doesn’t offer any special accessories for the smartphone.
In addition, there are small but nice details like an IP53 certification stock ROMs, a 3.5 mm audio jack, NFC, an IR blaster, a notification LED, and stereo speakers. The “Pro” in the Poco X3 Pro mainly references the device’s power and makes it a kind of performance version of the Poco X3. However, this doesn’t mean that corners have been cut in other areas. The features of the Poco X3 Pro include an IPS display with a 120 Hz refresh rate, a quad-camera setup with 48 MP, at least 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, as well as a 5,120 mAh battery. The main camera shoots pretty well for a mid-range smartphone. In the daytime there is detail, normal dynamic range and good colors.
You’ll see a more advanced camera, a better screen, and more. Do you think you really need a new generation device that is a bit more advanced? Will it provide you with an important innovation when you buy it? We see that such questions are not often asked by users. The brands may be different but their bloodline is the same. Both the phones are powered by Android 11 topped with MIUI 12.
- The Poco X3 Pro does suffer in that regard, but it’s not to the detriment of the smooth experience.
- It has a primary 48MP camera and an 8MP basic ultra-wide.
- Even if you set the colour scheme to ‘Saturated’, the display looks muted.
- But the older 8-series Snapdragon chipsets are still more powerful than today’s 7-series ones.
- At this time, POCO X3 Pro does not support 90 FPS in PUBG Mobile Or BGMI Game.
Xiaomi utilized rear glass for 2020’s Poco X2 but the Poco X3 NFC and this phone are largely made of plastic. The screen protector and the topmost protective layer of the camera lens are all made from glass. These prices indicate that this phone is slightly less expensive than the Poco X3 NFC. Xiaomi didn’t use the “Pro” title or the new chipset on the phone to make more money. It is one of the most expensive Fortnite/CoD/Insert Game here phones. POCO X3 Pro supports USB PD fast charging and the 33W fast charger is included in the box.
Other than raw CPU and GPU performance, the Snapdragon 695 also falls short in a few other ways. The mid-range chipset is, for example, capped at 1080p capture, while the Snapdragon 860 is capable of [email protected] recording. The Snapdragon 860-powered Poco X3 Pro also capable of native 480 fps slow-mo video recording as well. Most importantly, the Poco X3 Pro comes equipped with UFS 3.1 storage, whereas the Poco X4 Pro only gets UFS 2.2. It’s in GPU performance that the Poco X3 Pro’s Snapdragon 860 annihilates the Snapdragon 695 on the Poco X4 Pro. While the Snapdragon 695 records a score of 101,082, the Snapdragon 860 comes away with 208,556—well over 100% better! As seen on similar comparison tests, though the gap in CPU performance continues to slim, older flagship chipsets still maintain a healthy advantage in terms of GPU.