Both phones from the front have the same design language, they have a hole punch in the top center of the screen. They also have the same display size too, there’s not much to tell them apart if you look at them from the front side.
- Even though the Adreno 640 GPU is two generations old, it is far better than most devices running the 7XX series processors.
- The smartphone comes with a circular camera unit on the back which comes as a breath of fresh air in the era of all-things-rectangular, and also brings in a flashy dual-tone finish back.
- However, being a MIUI user for over 5 years, I can say that OS is improving a lot.
- In addition, there are small but nice details like an IP53 certification, a 3.5 mm audio jack, NFC, an IR blaster, a notification LED, and stereo speakers.
The main camera of the X3 Pro uses the same sensor as the F3 (1.6 µm pixel size), which takes standard 12-megapixel photos from 48-megapixels using 4-in-1 pixel binning. In the mobile phone camera test , the X3 surprised with extremely good photos in daylight. In low light, the measurements of the Pro were slightly better. There is also a lot in terms of color fidelity and color space coverage. The front camera in the display took satisfying selfies that turned out slightly better than the X3 NFC. The lens has a resolution of 20 megapixels and unlocks the cell phone via face recognition. Alternatively, the fingerprint sensor is disguised as a power button on the right side.
There aren’t that many devices that offer all of these things together in a cohesive package in this price range. The Realme 7 Pro has an AMOLED screen but a lower-grade processor. It has a better AMOLED screen and a 108MP camera but again has a lower-grade processor. If you want a better screen or camera then perhaps you might want to look at these two devices. But if gaming performance is your top priority then I think Poco X3 Pro is a better buy.
That’s a smoother user experience and better battery performance all in one go. While we do not discriminate on the basis of megapixel numbers, the extra megapixels on the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max seems to be grabbing extra detail and information in pictures. The 48-megapixel shooter on the Poco X3 Pro does well but falls a little behind in the detail department. That said, the 20-megapixel front-facing camera on the Poco X3 Pro captures more detail and produces more realistic colors as compared to the 16-megapixel shooter on the Redmi Note 10 Pro. On the other hand, the Poco X3 Pro has a quad camera that is led by a 48-megapixel main sensor with an f/1.8 aperture. Said lens is paired with an 8-megapixel wide-angle lens with f/2.2 aperture and 119° field of view. The other two remaining sensors, like the last two of the Poco M5, are 2 megapixels, have an f/2.4 aperture and are also intended for macro and bokeh photos.
- You can easily play most common games like PUBG, Asphalt, and COD on max graphics.
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- We can use Infra Red (IR) features to make it work as remote control.
- I think most users will be happy with the camera output from this smartphone.
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By default, all installed games go to the built-in game hub and run with Game Turbo. This means that when the games are launched the hardware of the smartphone will work as intended. I tested the hub in the throttling test and as a result, we observe an even green graph and a loss of performance by only 11% of the maximum. So if suddenly the game won’t start with Game Turbo by default, I recommend adding it manually. The POCO X3 Pro takes decent photos, but it doesn’t quite measure up to the Redmi Note 10 Pro or Pro Max in terms of camera quality.