However, the landscape has changed quite a bit since the days of the F1, both in terms of market demographics and price of components. At this time, POCO X3 Pro does not support 90 FPS in PUBG Mobile Or BGMI Game. But the officially confirmed, the latest update can be brought 90FPS gaming experiences.
- Based on the light hitting the stripe you get the logo to show a color gradient from blue to almost magenta.
- However, the mid-range SoC isn’t exactly new, but it’s an almost unchanged update to the Snapdragon 855+ that was launched in mid-2019.
- Don’t get me wrong, Poco X3 Pro’s display is also great but only for the price, while the Poco F3 display will take the fight to much costlier phones.
- a LineageOS installation zip and a LineageOS Recovery image and install them on your device.
- The Poco X3 Pro has been nothing short of impressive in every category I have tested until now.
It is one of the most expensive Fortnite/CoD/Insert Game here phones. POCO X3 Pro supports USB PD fast charging and the 33W fast charger is included in the box. The 2MP depth sensor performs like a good backstage dancer of the last row with the main 48MP lens, as we never know whether it is actually working or not.
We call it flashy because the middle strip shines quite vigorously when light falls on it from different angles. Adding to this is the massive Poco logo lined with iridescent colors, placed vertically on it. The smartphone screams for attention like a couple fighting in the middle of a restaurant. You wouldn’t want to be a part of that conversation Stock Firmware, but would definitely pay attention. In question, the piece that lives inside is the Mediatek Helium G99a 6-nanometer, eight-core mobile platform running at a maximum clock speed of 2.2 GHz. The Poco X3 Pro is a mobile phone that has been on the market for several months and is one of the handsets with the best value for money at the moment.
The height of its placement was chosen very well, the finger often rests on the scanner, which, moreover, works very well. You can record video in 4K and 60 FPS, while ultra-wide module can record a maximum of 1080p at 30 FPS. There is solid electronic stabilization, fast autofocus and decent dynamic range. The ultra-wide module is bad for video, at least when it comes to details, but the color rendition is almost the same as that of the main module, and there is also stabilization. If you have been following Xiaomi smartphones for a long time, then it is probably no secret for you that they love to be the first. Take, for example, the Xiaomi Mi 11 – this smartphone became the first in the world based on the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip.