The display is a large 6.67-inch panel with a 1080 x 2340 FHD+ resolution (395ppi) which is a carryover from Poco X3 NFC. The IPS LCD screen supports an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate (240Hz touch sampling rate) and the standard 60Hz. For my review, I chose the higher refresh rate of course. Then there are a few other options you can tweak within the display settings which is very common for MIUI.
- In terms of positioning, the Poco X3 costs less than the Poco F1 (Review) did at launch time, although that model received several price cuts and was often discounted on sale.
- By default, 60Hz refresh is selected out of the box, and you can switch to 120Hz from the settings.
- If a powerful processor is the only thing you want from your next smartphone, go ahead and grab the Poco X3 Pro.
- Xiaomi claims that MIUI 12 has improved fluency with 15% fewer missed frames in third-party apps.
- 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 battery optimization capability of this ROM was quite impressive when we tried it. There are a variety of beautiful themes to choose from; you can tweak the notification panel, firmware files it supports animations, and more. Previously called CyanogenMod ROM and later renamed LineageOS, this is arguably the most popular custom ROM and comes with various features. LineageOS is still regarded as one of the best ROMs because it promises more stability and security. The official Pie update of this ROM has been rolled out for many devices. You will enjoy almost all the features of Android 10/11 on your rooted device when you install this custom ROM.
Xiaomi POCO X3 Pro (vayu) Global official ROM, include stable, weekly and beta MIUI firmware which can be updated with Recovery and Fastboot (need mi flash tool). This is a complete collection of POCO X3 Pro MIUI firmware created for Region/Country with Global, may avaliable for models M2102J20SG. This post contains the Poco X3 Pro Stock Rom firmware Flash File that will allow you to restore your Poco X3 Pro smartphone to its original state. This version of the MIUI is based on Android 11 and features Android 12 compatibility.
- The MIUI Android 11 beta is available for the Poco X3 through a download link from the Xiaomi website.
- Xiaomi’s latest incremental OTA for Poco X3 Pro is based on stable Android 12 firmware.
- But when you face issues during the update, you can use one of the below manual methods to update your mobile.
- The Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G is powered by a 5,000mAh battery, while the Poco X3 Pro comes with a larger 5,160mAh battery.
- Recently, MIUI 14 has been on the agenda for many models.
It feels like wasted money though, as this device could remain exceedingly competitive with two cameras (or three, if you want to keep the depth sensor). I took a few pictures on this phone from both of the primary sensors to get a taste of what the POCO X3 Pro’s camera is like, and you can check out the album below. Given that the Snapdragon 860 is basically a more powerful 855+, then it stands to reason that this is still a pretty powerful chip.
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.