Xiaomi has struck again by offering top-of-the-line specs for affordable prices under their Poco sub-brand. Both these phones should offer excellent value and super-fast performance. Plus, in case your battery does run low, topping up to full takes just 42 minutes thanks to the 67W fast charging capability. Another significant difference between the two smartphones is their charging capabilities. While Poco X3 Pro comes with a 33W wired charger, Poco X4 Pro has a faster 67W wired charger with support for PD3.0 and QC3. People often want to buy the best devices with a high price/performance ratio, so they compare the features of the devices and try to get the best device for the budget they have.
One click on the zoomed-in image opens the original in a new window. The first image shows the scaled photograph of the test device. The Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro isn’t equipped with 5G, but it offers a solid 4G frequency coverage that should be sufficient to use the device in Germany. Wireless connections are stable and reliable in the test.
The quad-camera setup protrudes another 2 millimeters from the case, which makes the Xiaomi wobble quite a bit when it’s placed on a table. Once you put it in the included protective case, however, this is almost no longer noticeable. If you are looking for a budget smartphone with long battery life and fast charging, the Poco X3 Pro is the better choice. In terms of camera performance, the Poco M4 Pro 5G has a slightly better rear camera setup with a higher resolution primary sensor and better ultra-wide camera performance.
- Users love to take photos, record videos, because they can take pictures, record videos for creating new memories and recording stock ROM (firmware) them or for important things to look at whenever they need it.
- The Poco X3 Pro comes with a 120Hz LCD screen rather than a far more preferable AMOLED display.
- I didn’t see any spam notifications during my usage, and the UI is well-optimized for the hardware.
- We managed to take decent pictures in low light and dark situations.
The software on the phone is Android 11-based MIUI 12 which is quite feature-rich and very familiar. Overall, this Poco X3 Pro feels like a solid phone that’s not particularly striking but one that we could get used to over a few days of usage. A part of the heft and thickness can also be attributed to added layers underneath the display for extra durability and for cooling – again to improve things for gamers. The Poco X3 Pro is a spiritual successor to the Poco F1 and an upgrade to the Poco X3.