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Besides that, the power and volume buttons are on the right side and they feel good and durable to press on. The power button also doubles as the fingerprint reader.

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Poco has baked in a security app that automatically scans newly installed software. In the past, the company used this scan screen to display ads. While that’s not the case with the X3 Pro, you can’t rule out the possibility of ads showing up a few weeks after the launch. The customisation is a bit different compared to what you get on Mi and Redmi phones. By default, the icons and other UI elements are larger than usual.

Because it’s an LCD, blacks don’t always necessarily look like blacks, and you won’t benefit from a rich contrast ratio that can be found on AMOLED panels as a result. Moving on to hardware, the Poco X3 Pro boasts one of the most powerful chipsets in this price segment, the 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 860. Yes, stock firmware ROM it is a rebadged variant of the Snapdragon 855+, but there are a few tweaks such as a higher clock speed. It also supports new camera features like ultra-wide lens night mode and selfie night mode. Poco X3 Pro with its 48 MP main lens can shoot some very detailed, crisp, and colourful photos when it is subjected to lots of light. The Poco X3 Pro is also surprisingly capable in low light situations as it offers a night mode too.

The M4 Pro 5G also is quite lightweight and slim making it easy to hold while gaming. The phone is protected from splashes and dust according to the IP53 standard.

  • The audio quality via speakers is better than what we have on Realme 7 Pro.
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  • The beautiful glass front is already quite nice to look at with the phone’s curved edges and the screen takes up a huge chunk of space.
  • Xiaomi hasn’t missed out on any of the essentials here, and that makes the phone a great overall package.
  • Like the standard X3, the X3 Pro lacks 4K video at 60fps, with the option limited to 1080p.

Video tops out at 4K 30 frames per second, but there is proper stabilization for smoother clips. Images are relatively soft, and the softness kicks up a level in the ultra-wide, as is to be expected from a budget 8MP sensor. However, the Poco X3 Pro’s main camera performs noticeably worse than some of the alternatives, including Xiaomi’s own Poco X3 NFC and Redmi Note 10 Pro. In fact, I found them in line with those from the POCO X3. The lower resolution ultra-wide sensor also means you won’t have much headroom to crop and edit images.