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Both phones support 33W fast charging so that puts them on the same level in terms of charging speeds. Poco has been my favorite sub-brand of Xiaomi in recent years.
- In the daytime there is detail, normal dynamic range and good colors.
- Decent Processing Capabilities – One of the main highlights of the Poco M4 Pro is the ability to process tasks like a piece of cake.
- Under controlled lighting conditions, the camera renders the test chart sharply and provides a fairly accurate color reproduction.
- Google is now pushing OEMs to include the stock Google dialer and messaging app on its phones and the Google Dialer doesn’t have auto call recording.
- It’s dependable over a two-day period for me and if I reduced my load, I might even be able to pull two and a half days without needing to grab the charger.
- There are several actions that could trigger this block including submitting a certain word or phrase, a SQL command or malformed data.
For more information about the Snapdragon 695, click here. If we pick a winner in terms of camera, you can see that POCO X4 Pro takes better pictures than POCO X3 Pro, but unfortunately we can’t say the same about video recording.
It also supports new camera features like ultra-wide lens night mode and selfie night mode. Poco X3 Pro with its 48 MP main lens can shoot some very detailed, crisp, and colourful photos when it is subjected to lots of light. The Poco X3 Pro is also surprisingly capable in low light situations as it offers a night mode too. The secondary 8 MP ultrawide sensor is also good for the occasional wide shots you might need it for. The Poco X3 Pro promises flagship-grade performance at a competitive price. 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. The phone’s LCD screen is no match for OLED panels found on competing handsets, and the 120 Hz refresh rate implementation is a bit buggy.
As we’ll get into more deeper in our Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro review, its 120Hz screen is great, battery life is excellent and, as you’d hope, there are no basic performance problems in Android. Over on the front-facing camera, the 20MP sensor is capable enough, but the processing is a major letdown. Contrast levels are boosted to unnatural levels firmware files, and there is very significant sharpening and skin retouching. Elsewhere, the macro camera is functional but its 2MP resolution won’t let you do much with the images. The quality is decent enough though the telltale signs of oversharpening persist. You’ll find a volume rocker and power button on the right side of the phone.
Even if it does not reach the level of response of the flagships from Xiaomi, but it’s good enough. The front-facing camera is 20 megapixels (f/2.2, 1/3.4″, 0.8µm) and it seems to be no different from the front-facing camera of the Poco X3 NFC.