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However, depending on which store you pick, the price can go up to $350, for the same configuration. Then for the version with 256GB of storage and 8GB of RAM, it is possible to find it for around $290 in some stores in the US. As for video, you’ll manage 4K@30fps from the rear cameras, and from the front-facing. With no OIS on either this won’t deliver the smoothest, steadiest video around, but it’ll do the job. The selfie shooter is also pretty basic, but gets the job done. At 20Mp it can produce fairly detailed shots, but the f/2.2 aperture and tiny sensor once again see it struggle outside of really optimal lighting conditions. It’s relatively thick and the screen, which has a high inch count and is not excessively tall, leads to width comparable with some of the biggest phones.
- This flashing guide is easy and straightforward to follow.
- There really isn’t much to write home about when it comes to the camera setup on the Poco X3 Pro.
- Poco X3 also supports Full HD content streaming on Netflix and Prime videos out of the box.
- You have option of Fastboot ROM or Recovery ROM, you can even go to the oldest versions.
- It gives a similar experience to what you’d get from the Pixel Experience ROM because they’re both based on AOSP.
- Video tops out at 4K 30 frames per second, but there is proper stabilization for smoother clips.
However, at least it’s not quite as bad as the ‘Dare to Leap’ slogan etched into some Realme rivals. A brand name is one thing, but a Facebook-grade inspirational quote?
- On the front, the screen design remains quite similar (Full HD+, with center perforation and 6.67-inch diagonal), but the biggest change is that the panel is AMOLED.
- But to be honest, I don’t like the design of the Poco X3 before or the Poco X3 Pro now.
- In fact, I found them in line with those from the POCO X3.
- I have tested the Snapdragon 870 on the Redmi K40 and it’s an impressive chip too.
- I bought this phone 1 year ago and its still performing very well , except battery, i think its because of this chipset.
- The shots contain so much noise that it’s better to avoid using this camera at night.
Underneath the card insert is a USB-C cable and a 33w fast charging power brick. The phone comes with a factory-applied film screen protector. Still nice to see everything included in the box to get started download stock firmware versus having to buy additional accessories on top of the smartphone. The big scale comes, in part, from this Poco’s big screen. This 6.67-inch ‘DotDisplay’ panel is sourced from Samsung, complete with many of the current nice-to-haves in a phone – namely the 120Hz refresh rate to keep the visual experience smoother.