Offering class-leading performance, great stamina, and a silky 120Hz display for a scarcely believable price, it’s one of the smartphone bargains of the year. The Poco X3 Pro has two speakers certified for Hi-Res Audio. One of them is located next to the USB-C port, while the second one is hidden under a narrow opening at the top bezel of the display. Both can get quite loud, but they only deliver sound that is relatively low in bass. However, their performance is quite alright for stereo speakers in this price range. The Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G and Poco X3 Pro are both mid-range smartphones offered by Xiaomi.
It transmits voices very naturally and also reproduces them relatively clearly in speakerphone mode, but they sound a bit more muffled in that case. Noise cancellation is also good and works well even in noisy environments. The Poco X3 Pro has an OTG-compatible USB-C port with USB 2.0 speeds. In addition, there’s an IR blaster, a 3.5 mm audio jack, FM radio, a notification LED, as well as Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC, which makes the configuration quite extensive.
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 stock ROM (firmware) 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. If you don’t want 5G connectivity then it’s powerful, too, but the software is weak. I bought the phone six months ago and it really met most of my needs and I am very satisfied with the price I paid for the phone. I bought this phone at the end of November and am happy with this device.
- Regarding the stability and speed of work, the Chinese fulfilled their promises, many noted an improvement in this regard.
- As far as videos are concerned, POCO X3 Pro supports up to 4k 30fps from rear cameras.
- It may be the perfect device for some, with top-tier performance, excellent screen, surprisingly good cameras, long-lasting battery, and low-price tag.
- To connect your Poco X3 Pro device to your PC, you need the drivers to be installed on your PC.
As a result, the smartphone is supposed to survive a drop from up to 1.6 meters onto hard, rough surfaces – we didn’t give this a try, though. The back is made of plastic and has a matte finish towards the edges. This is likely due to the more power-efficient Snapdragon 860 chipset used in the Poco X3 Pro compared to the MediaTek Dimensity 810 chipset in the Poco M4 Pro 5G.