Night mode pictures do have lower noise and more detail. In most situations, Night Mode results are better than standard point and shoot. I think this is still one of the better devices in terms of battery life that you can buy in the budget segment. As usual, there is Game Turbo which boosts graphics performance and also optimizes interruptions, touch-related items.
- There are several things that are required to flash the phone.
- This is a complete collection of POCO X3 NFC MIUI firmware created for Region/Country with Global, may avaliable for models M2007J20CG, M2007J20CT.
- Features like a powerful stereo speaker setup, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a cooling system, and a high-refresh-rate display further improve the gaming experience.
- The Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro is a good phone trapped between two price points and living in the shadow of the excellent Poco F3.
Under controlled lighting conditions, the camera renders the test chart sharply and provides a fairly accurate color reproduction. Both are poor in low ambient light, but the test chart is still quite easy to recognize. The Poco X3 Pro has an ensemble of four lenses and an LED flash on its back panel. Its core is a 48 MP camera that shoots 12 MP photos using 4-in-1 pixel-binning, but it optionally also uses the full 48 MP resolution. The Xiaomi transfers data from microSD cards at a good speed – the sequential read and write rates that we measured can’t even be surpassed by high-end smartphones.
But the angle is very wide and there is an automatic distortion correction. You shouldn’t shoot at night, the photos are dark and noisy. But there is a night mode, in which photos will at least be brighter, sharper and with less digital noise. In global markets, the OnePlus Nord is the ideal alternative to the POCO X3 Pro.
- By default, the icons and other UI elements are larger than usual.
- It uses the stereo loudspeaker for calls since it doesn’t have a dedicated speaker for calls.
- Finally, press the Start button to start the flashing process.
- Xiaomi offers plenty of customizability for the panel, and you can change the color balance, schedule dark mode, and use the text-focused reading mode.
And looking at the specs of the stock ROMs Poco X3 Pro, I am willing to bet that it will fare well in my battery tests. It comes with a large 5160mah battery with support for up to 33W charging. My only complaint here is the macro and depth sensor, as both are underwhelming. I don’t understand why phone manufacturers strap on a poor 3rd and 4th camera when the cost of them can be used on something else.