There are various custom recovery is available for Poco X3 Pro. You can choose from popular custom recoveries like TWRP recovery and OrangeFox Recovery. Although the features of all the custom recoveries are the same, you get interface or UI changes. Below, we have described the step-by-step guide to unlocking the bootloader of the device. After you get these prerequisites, proceed to install custom ROM on your Poco X3 Pro.
- The display is HDR compliant, but as is usually the case on full link affordable and mid-range phones, there isn’t enough contrast or dynamic range for HDR content to make a notable difference.
- There is some degradation in image quality with 13MP wide-angle camera, but that is to be expected in this price segment.
- As a consequence, the large POCO logo passes to the module itself, and at the bottom it is highlighted that the terminal is 5G.
- After you get these prerequisites, proceed to install custom ROM on your Poco X3 Pro.
- Take, for example, the Xiaomi Mi 11 – this smartphone became the first in the world based on the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip.
- The audio quality is above average and Poco has laid some emphasis on low frequencies.
Don’t get me wrong, Poco X3 Pro’s display is also great but only for the price, while the Poco F3 display will take the fight to much costlier phones. The Poco F3 being the more premium model comes with a 6.67-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with up to 120Hz refresh rate. Poco F3’s display also features a 360Hz touch sampling rate and a peak brightness of 1300 nits. Check out Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro vs Poco F3 comparison for all the details. The Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro is just a beefed-up version of the Poco X3 and the Poco F3 is Globally rebranded and the Redmi K40. While both phones have their pros/cons and are similar in price range, the Poco F3 is the clear winner with its better display and performance. It is even better than the Poco X3 Pro with regards to other technology such as connectivity.
Most people have talked about how good Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 860 is on Poco X3 Pro, but that’s not all. The POCO X3 Pro’s biggest achievement is its low price tag. Coming in at €199 in Europe (as an early-bird price), it packs some impressive specifications for the price. You’re effectively getting a two-year-old flagship (with the benefit of software support from POCO and Qualcomm) along with some other beefy specifications as well. There are very few things that the Snapdragon 860 can’t do.
- Sometimes the lens manages to retain good colors, while sometimes it fails to capture good colors.
- This sub-flagship is all about longevity from its big battery.
- If the model number is not available, they can check its specifications.
- The company has provided a 3.5mm audio output jack, and with the help, you can use earphones or headphones on the phone.
If the performance, gaming, and software are more important to you, then choose the Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro. But if the battery life and sound are more of a priority – go for the Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC. In the battery, the total capacity drops slightly in the POCO X4 Pro 5G (5,000 mAh compared to 5,160 mAh), although in return double speed charging. While the POCO X3 Pro supports 33W charging, it is up to 67W on the POCO X4 Pro 5G. Interestingly, the POCO X4 Pro covers the screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 5while the protection is Corning Gorilla Glass 6 in the POCO X3 Pro. The certification of the terminal, yes, remains the same, IP53 in both models. As a consequence, the large POCO logo passes to the module itself, and at the bottom it is highlighted that the terminal is 5G.