You can install these using your distribution’s package manager. Below, we have provided the download link to TWRP and OrangeFox recovery. OEM unlocking has been enabled on your Poco X3 Pro device. TheNextDroid.com is a Technology, Smartphones, and all about Gadgets website. We provide you with the latest news, tips and videos straight from the tech industry. Please add evolution-x.org to your ad blocking whitelist or disable your adblocking software.
- Once you have downloaded the Samsung stock firmware (.zip) for your device.
- While it largely delivers on that claim by packing in Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 860 chip, its sustained performance (or lack of it) leaves a lot to be desired.
- Both cell phones are also protected against stock firmware dust and water according to IP53 , which is rather a rarity in this price range.
- However, for hardcore gaming enthusiasts, you might observe some serious battery discharges depending on the games and their display settings.
A DDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage for faster storage accessing. Together they took the phone’s performance to a whole new level. Although the phone looks a tad bit bulky, the extra protection from Corning Gorilla Glass 6 is a noteworthy feature that has to be mentioned here. In general, this range of protection is only available for flagship smartphones. For instance, Samsung S20 and ASUS ROG phones are flaunting this level of protection and they cost an average monthly pay of a software engineer. Kudos to POCO for bringing that to a budget segment smartphone. It is available in golden bronze, graphite black and steel blue.
Compared to the previous generation POCO X3 Pro in terms of design, the new generation POCO X4 Pro is a device that is thinner, less heavy and has a better design. When we evaluate the devices in terms of design, our winner is the POCO X4 Pro. They generally prefer thin, light and beautiful devices. A heavy, rough device will both hurt your hand and make your device look bad. For this reason, thin, light and beautiful devices are generally preferred by users. If budget is an issue, Poco X3 Pro should be your choice as the phone is more value for money. Yes, both Redmi Note 10 Pro Max and Poco X3 Pro come with the starting price of Rs. 18,999 but there is a catch.
The POCO X3 Pro packs a headphone jack – a commonality between mid-range devices. It works, you can plug wired earphones in, and it’s likely one of the more powerful devices released in the last year to actually feature one. Another incredibly useful feature basically unique to Xiaomi devices as well is the inclusion of an IR blaster. The IR blaster allows you to control devices that use an infrared remote, such as TVs and radios. You can configure it from the Mi Remote app on your smartphone. Close-up and portrait shots are decent, since phone cameras are in general much better when dealing with subjects in the foreground. There’s some natural depth of field which always makes shots stand out nicely.
However, it’s still far more powerful than mono speakers. We’ll be going into detail in our Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro Review. The 120Hz display is fantastic, the battery life is amazing, and Android has no fundamental performance issues. Talking about the cameras, POCO X3 Pro comes with a Quad Camera setup. POCO X3 Pro comes with a dual stereo speaker, the main speaker is located at the bottom, while the earpiece doubles as a secondary speaker.