Pros And Cons Fact At Xiaomi POCO X3 Pro Review June 2022
The battery was fully charged again in less than an hour. The cell phone is charged with a maximum of 33 watts, the Poco X3 Pro does not support wireless charging. Nevertheless, in terms of battery performance and charging speed, the cell phone is still up to date.
The module makes the phone look distinct, and if you ask us, that’s important. Also, there is a nice gradient pattern at the back which should be appealing to young consumers.
- I assume it is due to the IPS panel’s slow pixel response time.
- XiaoMiTool is installing the Android USB driver used by the OEM (Xiaomi) and has a background service forcing the use of that driver on the device.
- Except, it doesn’t if you can’t get a 5G singal – which, in majority of places around the world, is often the case.
A part of the heft and thickness can also be attributed to added layers underneath the display for extra durability and for cooling – again to improve things for gamers. The Poco X3 Pro is a spiritual successor to the Poco F1 and an upgrade to the Poco X3. It’s a hardcore performance-oriented phone and most decisions Poco has taken were keeping gamers in mind.
- Along with the high performance that it offers, the phone’s battery life is quite lengthy as well.
- It also supports the Clone photo firmware mode, and Long exposure mode for the camera enthusiasts out there.
- The over-sharpening noticed in daylight shots is even more evident here.
Plus, the rotation suggestion button is missing, and some app notifications are a mess. For example, messages from different conversations on WhatsApp aren’t bundled, and new messages trigger a floating notification of an older message. Also, I’m not sure if it’s just my device, but I’ve noticed the phone drop the refresh rate even when it’s set at 120Hz. There isn’t much emphasis on the X3 Pro’s cameras — no fancy 108MP sensor here — and that’s not surprising. What you get is a quad-camera setup consisting of a 48MP wide, an 8MP ultrawide, a 2MP depth, and a 2MP macro. The only one that takes good images, though, is the primary one.
Once you root your device, you can do whatever you intended to or want to do with your Android System Settings. From the links below, download either the Fastboot or Recovery firmware and follow the recommended flashing instructions afterwards. Anywhere from 25GB-100GB will result in very noticeably increased build speeds (for instance, a typical 1hr build time can be reduced to 20min). If you’re only building for one device, 25GB-50GB is fine. If you plan to build for several devices that do not share the same kernel source, aim for 75GB-100GB.