First of all, they must make sure that their device has all the necessary drivers installed. This number can be found on the back of the phone or on its box. If the model number is not available, they can check its specifications. Likewise, owing to Android’s open-source ecosystem, users generally try out a plethora of tweaks and customizations. And if they end up messing up even a single step, it will straight away lead to a bricked or boot-looped device. Well, all you have to do is just flash the stock firmware onto your Xiaomi device and your device will be back to normal working condition.
- The shots contain so much noise that it’s better to avoid using this camera at night.
- 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.
- The X3 GT has 8GB RAM and 128GB or 256GB UFS 3.1 internal storage.
- Is it a better buy as compared to the Realme 8 Pro or the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Max?
In practice, the camera on the Poco X3 Pro is much better than the Poco X3 and I wouldn’t have settled for less because the price is more. This is not a bad thing for users who liked the Poco X3 design. I know people who loved the design and who ended up owning the Poco X3. But to be honest, I don’t like the design of the Poco X3 before or the Poco X3 Pro now. During testing, we left the 120Hz display on and left 40% to the end. The phone is running Android 11 and Xiaomi’s MIUI 12 software.
Benchmark tests show how good the Snapdragon 860 SoC is. AnTuTu 9 reported a score of 5,43,796 which is remarkable for a phone at this price level. In contrast, the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max managed 2,71,830 and the Realme X7 5G scored 3,35,698 (though scores for older versions of AnTuTu original ROM are not directly comparable). In Geekbench 5’s single-core and multi-core tests, the X3 Pro managed 752 and 1,892 points respectively. The 3DMark Wild Life graphics tests posted a score of 3,476, while GFXBench’s T-Rex and Car Chase scenes ran at 119fps and 39fps respectively. The Snapdragon 860 has eight CPU cores with one running at 2.96GHz, three at 2.42GHz and four more at 1.8GHz, and also features the Adreno 640 integrated GPU.
- The second method of unlocking with face recognition also works quite well.
- According to an Antutu benchmark, it scores just a little bit higher than the OnePlus 7 Pro, a fantastic device in its own right.
- The features of the Poco X3 Pro include an IPS display with a 120 Hz refresh rate, a quad-camera setup with 48 MP, at least 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, as well as a 5,120 mAh battery.
- It also has a screen with a large inch count, but it’s not too tall.
- Coming in at €199 in Europe (as an early-bird price), it packs some impressive specifications for the price.
MIUI 14 is a Stock ROM based on Android developed by Xiaomi Inc. Key features include a redesigned interface, new super icons, animal widgets, and various optimizations for performance and battery life.
In terms of positioning, the Poco X3 costs less than the Poco F1 (Review) did at launch time, although that model received several price cuts and was often discounted on sale. It will compete with the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max (Review), Realme X7 5G (Review), Moto G60 (Review), and several other popular recent models.
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