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The POCO X3 Pro is, for the most part, a turbo-charged version of the regular POCO X3. The company has managed to slim down the bulky profile of the X3 by 1mm, but you can chalk that down to the smaller battery. So, is the POCO X3 Pro and its performance focus the way to go in the mid-range segment? That’s what we aim to find out in Android Authority‘s POCO X3 Pro review. The POCO X3 Pro is a spiritual successor of sorts to the Pocophone F1 (or POCO F1 in India) — a smartphone that changed the value proposition through its high-end specs at a cutthroat price.
- But if you’re not an avid smartphone gamer, there’s better value to be had in phones that take a more multi-faceted approach.
- When you are a Root apps user or Developer, you can use custom ROMs.
- It looks identical to the odd-shaped bump at the back of the Poco X3 NFC, but there are some minor tweaks here and there.
- Xiaomi’s latest incremental OTA for Poco X3 Pro is based on stable Android 12 firmware.
- Do not forget to indicate your thoughts in the phone comments.
The 240Hz touch sampling does its job in making FPS games more responsive, and the impactful speakers definitely add a layer of immersion. Apart from the phone, obviously, the box includes a 33W adapter, a USB Type-A to Type-C cable, and a transparent silicon case that should change its color to yellow pretty soon. I have a real affinity toward the Steel Blue color, as the soft satin sides are punctuated nicely by the brighter blue strip that hosts the “POCO” logo. The logo is embossed and more visible when viewed face-on and just disappears when the X3 Pro is held at an angle. You’ll either love the brashness of this design or you’ll hate it. I kind of dig it but completely understand why you might hate it.
- So, you should ensure to backup all important data on the phone- like contacts, messages, app data, etc.
- MIUI Global Stable, China Beta, Other Regions (Turkey, Indonesia, EEA etc.) In short, region or version doesn’t matter.
- The frequency itself is dynamic and can vary depending on the task.
- LineageOS is still regarded as one of the best ROMs because it promises more stability and security.
- Can you check if my phone is connected to a supercomputer?
- This is no full-fledged moisture protection, but it is better than nothing, I suppose.
Upon investigating it with the ‘CPU Throttling Test’ app, it turns out not all phones with ‘liquid-cooling’ are made equal. As per the tests, the X3 Pro’s CPU performance frequently dips below 60 percent after 15 minutes and drops to as low as 55 percent in a 30-minute test. For context, 2019’s Black Shark 2 – powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC – barely goes below 92 percent of its max performance in the same test.
I have tested the Snapdragon 870 on the Redmi K40 and it’s an impressive chip too. Both download the stock firmware Poco X3 Pro and Poco F3 come with probably the best internal hardware for their price. The Poco X3 Pro comes with a significant upgrade as it uses the newly launched Snapdragon 860. It is so much better compared to the Snapdragon 732G found on the non-pro model. The Snapdragon 860 is not a brand-new processor, it is a higher binned Snapdragon 855+.