Things are interesting with the Poco X3 Pro performance levels, and it’s more or less all good news. The weird thing here is that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 is effectively just a rebranded Snapdragon 855+. In performance terms, it’s not quite at the same level as last year’s high-end flagships, but it’s still very capable. The design and software might not be for everyone, but if they appeal to you, you are looking at the perfect phone you can buy right now. It should be a no-brainer if you are looking for a new phone in this price category.
Macro is so hidden that you’ll never know to use it, which is a good job as the results are poor. Move away from that main sensor, however, and the X3 Pro isn’t especially ‘pro’ in its sell. There’s an 8-megapixel wide-angle that, while useful, is of limited quality — as is typical at this level, really. In theory the software will learn which apps are most important to you — by volume and repetition of use — and permit those more access, but that’s not helped our overall experience. In some regards, however, it’s a bit too big for its own boots. The software doesn’t quite connect in this format — we’ve had notification problems which irk — while the sheer physical size and weight mean other devices may hold added appeal. This sub-flagship is all about longevity from its big battery.
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- The bottom line is that this isn’t the best Android experience out there, but it’s ultimately a matter of taste.
Although it is not very noticeable, the icons are far too large fresh from the box. The images are soft and soften as expected for a 8MP budget sensor. The Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro’s back is designed to look like two-finish matte or glossy strips. It’s currently not available in Australia, although the price is approximately AU$320. Poco X3 NFC has a much better balance than the X3 Pro and is therefore ranked among the top cheap phones. This is another example of how much you can get from a Poco series Android.
Even though the specs and the design of a phone matter a lot for many, it is also important to consider the price as well, before you go on to buy a new phone. If you want a good value for your money, Poco X3 Pro is surely a very decent option. Because despite all of its many incredible features, this smartphone is relatively affordable compared to many other phones on the market. If you love taking selfies, the 20 MP, f/2.2 selfie camera that this phone has can allow you to take very detailed and vibrant pictures. Also the selfie camera lets you take 1080p videos at 30fps and it has features such as HDR and panorama. In short, this phone’s cameras are quite decent, especially when we consider its price. Although some people prefer a smaller phone, many people today are looking for phones with large screens.