The screen on the X3 Pro isn’t the best that I’ve seen at this price level, in terms of colour reproduction. It’s fine for casual use but if you really like your content to pop, you might be a little underwhelmed. The high refresh rate is good, and HDR kicks in when playing videos on YouTube.
- Portrait mode does well with separating the background though focus isn’t always perfect.
- However, when you have the right guide, you can install the custom ROM easily on the device.
- To complement the high refresh rate display, the company has tuned MIUI to run at 120 fps.
- This is roughly comparable to phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S20 or OnePlus 7T.
- While that doesn’t mean you can submerge the phone, it is protected against dust ingress and sprays of water.
On the other hand stock ROM, Custom Recoveries were developed by coding enthusiasts and ROM developers. For instance, TWRP (Team Win Recovery Project) and Orange Fox Recoveries fall under this category.
If this is something that you care about, then Poco X3 Pro can surely give you what you want. Although the camera quality of the phone could be better, it offers a very decent camera. With a Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 chipset, Poco X3 Pro will not disappoint in the performance department.
The charging speeds are also impressive as from my testing, the battery charged from 0 to 100% in under 70 mins. But you should know that some phones in this price category come with 65W and they are faster.
The 33W charger provided inside the box is pretty decent. The 5160mAh battery along with a 7nm processor and dynamic refresh rate makes X3 Pro a battery champ. You can easily expect more than one day of the screen on time. The display on Poco X3 Pro is not AMOLED but it’s not a normal display either. With 120hz Dynamic refresh rate support and 240hz touch sampling rate everything is buttery smooth.