It also includes tweaks to system animations and improves the phone’s stability. The new MIUI Android 11 build is now available for the Poco X3 NFC. It comes with the Android 11 operating system and the latest kernel. The update also brings a new version of the stock launcher application. However, it does not change the security patch level, which means that those running the update will still be stuck with February 2021 patches.
The top indent is slightly thicker than the side ones, the bottom, traditionally, is even thicker. The X3 Pro has a 3.5mm jack, IR blaster, stereo sound, and IP53 dust and water resistance. Xiaomi hasn’t missed out on stock ROMs any of the essentials here, and that makes the phone a great overall package. The phone has Wi-Fi ac connectivity, and like the regular X3, the X3 Pro misses out on NFC in India. That said, the global version I’m using does have the feature, so this particular limitation is only for the Indian model. I have the Indian version of the POCO X3 — which includes a 6000mAh battery — and next to it the X3 Pro feels lighter and easier to use. The latter weighs 10g less, and that makes a significant difference in day-to-day use.
- That’s a smoother user experience and better battery performance all in one go.
- Of course in a vacuum, this is me playing armchair CEO but for the MSRP what you get on the Poco X3 Pro is probably one of the best LCD displays all around.
- Both the Poco X3 Pro and X3 GT come with Android 11 under MIUI 12.5 for Poco, a side-mounted fingerprint reader and USB-C input.
- The “Pro” in the Poco X3 Pro mainly references the device’s power and makes it a kind of performance version of the Poco X3.
- Sometimes, people think about the differences between the new series and the previous series, and whether it is necessary to switch to a higher model.
In this way, Google tightens the screws little by little and makes you pay money for content, which is really normal. Still, the POCO X3 NFC is the best smartphone you can get for the price without a doubt. Heck, even if you’re planning on spending Php15k and up, we suggest you save that money and get this one instead. The Poco X3 Pro heats up noticeably during use and reached up to 40.5 °C (~105 °F) in the test. Without the internal throttling, we would probably measure even higher surface temperatures under load. The Poco X3 Pro delivers the same impressive performance in the browser benchmarks.
We can guarantee that this chipset will not disappoint you in terms of performance. Also, with POCO X3 Pro, you can experience 90FPS stable PUBG Mobile using GFX Tool. This chipset includes 2 performance-oriented 2.2GHz Cortex-A76 and 6 efficiency-oriented 1.8GHz Cortex-A55 cores in the CPU part.