The Poco X3 Pro bypasses any 5G problem by, well, shunning the connectivity entirely. That, it seems, is much the point of using the all-new Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 processor – there’s no X50/X55 series modem attached within the platform, thus no 5G. But 4G/LTE connectivity is perfectly good enough and, without the concern over elevated costs or battery consumption, we think it’ll be lapped up by many consumers. These are the primary reasons why you should get the Poco X3 Pro. I didn’t emphasize camera and gaming because you can already get an idea regarding these aspects of the phone on Reddit and YouTube. Do let me know if you want me to review the phone after a while here or you’re OK with the reviews you have already read or watched.

There is another version with 8GB RAM /256GB storage for a bit more. In either version RAM is LPDDR4x and the storage is the UFS 3.1 type. For the retail price of $229 for the base version, there isn’t a better device available in terms of sheer hardware performance that can compete with the X3 Pro.

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The phone is build with Front glass (Gorilla Glass 6), plastic back. It comes with three different colors options Phantom Black, Frost Blue, Metal Bronze. It’s practically faster than the Pixel 4 XL, which itself is the most powerful Google-made smartphone and still a fantastic performer.

  • Users love to take photos, record videos, because they can take pictures, record videos for creating new memories and recording them or for important things to look at whenever they need it.
  • Now  we have 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, whereas for last year’s X3 NFC these were the maximum possible numbers.
  • This is if you are not gaming on it for long stretches of time which is the primary reason to get this phone.
  • The Poco X3 Pro draws power from a 5,160 mAh battery, and ships with a 33 W Type-C fast charger.
  • What you won’t find is any phone that can match this pound for pound right now.

Epic Games offers a 60fps mode that can be used with high-end smartphones. This chipset is mid-range and has power comparable to the Snapdragon 855 Plus.

The ultrawide can take some usable shots, but images lack sharpness, and there’s a color temperature disparity. For what it’s worth, there is a dedicated night mode for the ultrawide (which most Poco and Redmi phones don’t have) that does deliver a slightly better image.