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The power button is another sore point as it’s mushy and cheap feeling. Luckily, the recessed power button has a fingerprint scanner that is very fast and accurate. It’s a trade-off that works on many other cheap smartphones, and the same can be said here. The main camera on the Poco X3 Pro supports up to 4K 30FPS video recording with Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) to improve the stability and smoothness of the video. Videos from the phone look accurate, with good contrast, and are stable thanks to EIS.
- If there is one fault we can list, it would be its availability, especially in markets where consumers still have to settle for the bigger and more expensive brands.
- Even Bluetooth is limited to the older 5.0 standard – actually a downgrade from the Bluetooth 5.1 in the X3 NFC, and two generations behind the current 5.2 standard.
- Maybe, I think, it was taken down in order cut some slack in phone’s budget.
- This is a big issue if you value camera performance over gaming power.
Overall, this Poco X3 Pro feels like a solid phone that’s not particularly striking but one that we could get used to over a few days of usage. A part of the heft and thickness can also be attributed to added layers underneath the display for extra durability and for cooling – again to improve things for gamers home. The Poco X3 Pro is a spiritual successor to the Poco F1 and an upgrade to the Poco X3. It’s a hardcore performance-oriented phone and most decisions Poco has taken were keeping gamers in mind. Now, regarding which mobile is better and why, the Poco X3 Pro is the clear winner of this comparative analysisAnd the reasons are very clear. For starters, it has a better, larger screen with a higher refresh rate. It also features higher performance thanks to its powerful processor.
- Neither handset offers an in-display fingerprint scanner, as side-positioned scanners - doubling-up as the power button - seem to be increasingly becoming the norm.
- If the settings were maxed out, you might observe the highest rate of battery consumption with some games.
- There’s a good amount of control over noise, though the strong digital noise reduction is visible upon close inspection.
- We’ve seeing MIUI a lot lately on many Xiaomi phones and the experience on it was also just the same.
- While that doesn't mean you can submerge the phone, it is protected against dust ingress and sprays of water.
Mid-range smartphones are getting cheap, and mid-range smartphones are getting really good. Billed as the true successor to the iconic Poco F1, the new Poco X3 Pro has some big shoes to fill.