Lights appear fuzzy and shadows don’t look defined either. Night Mode helps a bit, but adds a lot of over-sharpening to compensate for the lack of detail. The display has a ghosting issue, which is especially noticeable when scrolling through notifications and web pages. I assume it is due to the IPS panel’s slow pixel response time.
- The microSD card slot is not dedicated information, so choose your storage variant accordingly.
- You should easily be able to get through a full day even with an hour or so of gaming.
- The black color box cover gives way to a yellow box with a yellow Poco insert which is classic Poco branding.
- It probably deserves a crack at the 60fps mode Epic Games unlocks for some high-end phones.
- With moderate use, you might even be able to stretch to a day and a half.
There are many things working in Poco X3 Pro’s favor when it comes to battery performance. The two phones come with support for fast charge and have a 33W charger in the box. All of this makes the Poco X3 Pro the clear winner in the battery round. “Numbers maketh smartphone specs” and this “principle” (totally made up by us, but well, some follow it) stands true in the camera battle between these two phones. Both devices come with the quad-camera arrangement on the back but the difference in megapixels is staggering. The Redmi Note 10 Pro Max leads the way with a 108-megapixel main sensor, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide sensor, a 5-megapixel macro lens, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor.
Realme 5 Pro performance has gone down after it received some software updates. I have mentioned a few of the reasons in this article I wrote a year ago which led me to get into a decision of buying a new phone, but I waited till my current one stopped working. This website belongs to Xiaomiui, the largest unofficial fan community. We keep lots of Xiaomi news, reviews and leaks for our followers. Very awesome phone made by poco it\’s outmatch every flagship in pricing and performance must recommend.
33W isn’t nearly best in class, and it takes almost an hour to fully charge the phone. As you’d expect for the price, there’s no wireless charging support. The display size we measured, is 6.67 inches IPS LCD Display that supports HDR10 alongside 450nits brightness. The POCO X3 pro has featured a 120Hz refresh rate on the screen along with a 240Hz touch sampling rate.
- You can use it, but only with ideal lighting, because in all other scenarios it is useless.
- This phone brought a great performance at a very low budget, as we compare another smartphone with the same performance.
- Other phones may get the Snapdragon 860, but they don’t have it at the time of review.
- Overseas, in other markets, this shouldn’t be a problem based on my experience with the Redmi Note 9T.
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