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Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC Reviews, Pros and Cons

Speaking of performance, Xiaomi claims MIUI 13 outperforms other Android skins in Master Lu’s fluency test. Plus, it has added advanced multitasking capabilities, allowing users to have up to 14 apps active in the background on flagship phones. The USB Driver for Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro is an essential component. Without that, the connection will not work correctly when you were developing your phone. The smartphone packs a 6.67-inch IPS LCD 120Hz display, a high-performance Snapdragon 732G SOC, and a 5160mAh battery. Known as one of the best price/performance devices in its segment, the POCO X3 NFC is very impressive. POCO X3 NFC is a smartphone developed by POCO, a subsidiary of Xiaomi.

The truth is, I didn’t like the pictures in full resolution. Tests show that it is a productive chip, but it has its problems and before we talk about them, I’ll tell you about memory variations. At the bottom is a multimedia speaker, main microphone, Type-C port and 3.5mm audio jack. On the right there is a paired volume rocker and in a small recess there is a power button, which is combined with a fingerprint scanner.

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Users attach great importance to the screen in order to have a better visual experience while consuming content and playing games. Having a good screen both contributes to a long battery life and allows you to have a good visual experience. The Redmi Note 10 Pro Max follows a slightly more conventional design trend but Redmi has managed to make the Note 10 Pro Max look stylish and classy. It is more like a classy person who sits in the corner of a coffee shop by the window and makes you curious and intrigued when you pass by.

Decent Processing Capabilities – One of the main highlights of the Poco M4 Pro is the ability to process tasks like a piece of cake. It’s loaded with a Dimensity 810 5G processor and runs on an ad-free version of MIUI which is pretty decent in my opinion. The UI of the shell and apps is smooth, and the increased frequency works in some games. 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.

  • The beautiful glass front is already quite nice to look at with the phone’s curved edges and the screen takes up a huge chunk of space.
  • Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro is an upper mid-range mobile with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 processor and 6-8GB of RAM.
  • The data of performance improvement on the Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 888 mobile platform is obtained from Qualcomm website.
  • Also, right out of the box, the screen has have a good protective film, which is definitely nice stock ROM.
  • This SoC (System on Chip) is a rehash of 2019’s top-tier Snapdragon 855+, and can muscle through any mobile game.

In our testing, I noticed a slight bleeding issue around the punch-hole, which can be observed with white background. The overall design looks similar to the Poco X3 with just minor changes in the Poco branding. The form factor is similar too, but this time Poco has worked on the weight and thickness, as X3 Pro is 9.4mm thick compared to 10.1mm on the X3. Since the X3 received a lot of criticism about its weight this time X3 Pro weighs about 213 grams as per the brand. But in our testing, it came out to be 215 grams, which is slightly lighter when compared to X3 with 225 grams.

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