However, the dimensions of the two screens are different, being 6.67 inches diagonal on the Poco X3 Pro and 6.6 inches on the Poco X3 GT. To say that both handsets have a 6.67-inch display is only half the story. Xiaomi phones are expected to have large batteries especially on budget and mid-range phones.
- The wide-angle camera does a fine job in proper daylight, but you need to balance your expectations.
- It doesn’t get as bright as many of its contemporaries, but you shouldn’t have any major legibility issues in bright sunlight.
- No smartwatches, TVs or any other type of device are supported.
- This is another example of how much you can get from a Poco series Android.
Using the Poco X3 Pro as a secondary device with a backup SIM installed. It was an actual battery beast in my experience, even when I decided to rock it as my solo smartphone for a short period. I simply could not kill it in a day of my heaviest usage patterns. Xiaomi appears to have gone all-in on 120Hz displays even on the firm’s affordable lines. The Poco X3 Pro comes with a 120Hz LCD screen rather than a far more preferable AMOLED display. It’s still a solid LCD that benefits massively with the higher refresh rate. If you like the Poco X3 NFC’s chunky hardware, then you’ll be right at home with the X3 Pro.
Finally, when we compare the batteries of the devices, POCO X3 Pro comes with a 5160mAH battery with 33W fast charging support. POCO X4 Pro comes with a 5000mAH battery with 67W fast charging support. When we compare the batteries, our winner is the POCO X4 Pro, which has much better fast charging support. There’s nothing worse than running out of battery right when you need your device. As a solution to this problem, brands have developed new fast charging technologies and increased the power efficiency of devices at the same time. With new fast charging technologies, your device charges quickly and you can continue your use from where you credit left off.
The selfie camera which is unchanged is a 20MP Samsung S5K3T2 ISOCELL Plus 1/3.4″ Tetra-pixel sensor. The Poco X3 Pro has 128GB UFS 3.1 storage on the base model versus 64GB UFS 2.1 on the X3 NFC.