The frequency itself is dynamic and can vary depending on the task. The smartphone can automatically set 50, 60, 90 or 120 Hz depending on the running apps and user interaction. Specifications like these imply that we have a pretty good screen. The brightness is almost always enough, but the auto brightness does not stock firmware file work quite correctly and often you have to move the slider manually. Viewing angles are typical for IPS, and the picture doesn’t not get distorted. But at diagonal angles, the contrast of dark tones is lost is usual. Once again we will return to the Poco X3 NFC, because the design of the new Poco X3 Pro is almost identical.
You can pair the Snapdragon 860 with either 128GB, 256GB or 8GB storage. The 6GB RAM in our review Poco X3 Pro means that your experience will be as great as ours. Although the Poco X3 Pro fell short in this section, it still makes up a lot with its chipet. This is the Snapdragon 860 processor, which should be of interest to many. The 20MP sensor is the same as that of the more camera-focused, X3 NFC. You can also switch between 60Hz or 120Hz to increase the speed of your Android menu scrolling.
- In LCDs, this is achieved by the twisting and bending of liquid crystal molecules that manipulate the backlight to display colours on the screen.
- For example in the US, it is possible to find the version with 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM for around $250 to $260.
- As a solution to this problem, brands have developed new fast charging technologies and increased the power efficiency of devices at the same time.
- a LineageOS installation zip and a LineageOS Recovery image and install them on your device.
- You will be able to download the POCO X3 NFC MIUI 14 update via MIUI Downloader.
For what it’s worth, there is a dedicated night mode for the ultrawide (which most Poco and Redmi phones don’t have) that does deliver a slightly better image. The macro sensor is borderline unusable, and you’ll have to take a ton of photos to get a single serviceable shot from it.
You still get a large phone with a massive battery, and the POCO branding at the back is just as prominent. With dimensions of 165.3 x 76.8 x 9.4mm and a weight of 215g, the X3 Pro is one of the largest and heaviest phones in this category. POCO is also set to kick off sales of the X3 Pro in the UK and other European markets in the coming weeks. The phone will be available with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and the base 6GB/128GB version will debut at €249 ($295) with an introductory price of €199 ($235). The phone is available in Frost Blue, Phantom Black, and Metal Bronze color options. The flagship chipset immediately makes the X3 Pro stand out.