This has worked so well for the company that it has got extremely comfortable on the number one spot of the smartphone market leader board in India. But what happens when devices from sister brands following a largely similar strategy get in each other’s way? Well, that is what happened when Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max with the same starting price of Rs. 18,999 as the Poco’s X3 Pro. They are easily among the best options at that price point, but which of them is the better one?
- 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.
- Noise is mostly under control, but it’s noticeable around things such as speaker mesh, grass, shadows or finer text.
- They are superfast, putting much costlier phones to shame.
- Now that we have seen many features of this awesome phone, it is time to put them together in a concise way.
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. The Poco X3 Pro’s front camera performs better in low light conditions. The rest is the most typical MIUI 12 with its rich set of functional and visual features. There are themes, various gestures and other special features, like the previously mentioned game hub with a game accelerator, floating app windows and other useful features.
From the links below, download either the Fastboot or Recovery firmware and follow the recommended flashing instructions afterwards. Anywhere from 25GB-100GB will result in very noticeably increased build speeds (for instance, a typical 1hr build time can be reduced to 20min). If you’re only building for one device, 25GB-50GB is fine. If you plan to build for several devices that do not share the same kernel source, aim for 75GB-100GB. This space will be permanently occupied on your drive, so take this
The Poco X3 Pro is currently one of the fastest mid-range smartphones and can clearly beat the Poco X3 NFC that is equipped with the Snapdragon 732G. Overall, the Poco X3 Pro even comes quite close to the Poco F3, which is powered by the Snapdragon 870. The fingerprint sensor integrated into the power button works very quickly – it unlocks the smartphone immediately after you put your finger on it. The unlocking speed is high here as well, but the detection rate is only good when either the ambient light or the display are bright enough. An eye-catching detail is the glossy stripe that runs through the center of the back cover from top to bottom. It’s wide enough to enclose the large camera module, and it also carries the Poco logo, which slightly reflects credit incoming light according to the viewing angle.
However, users can choose between the two depending on their requirements and preferences. Poco X3 Pro has a more versatile camera configuration and is available at a lower price point, while Poco X4 Pro has a more powerful processor and faster charging capabilities. Generally we don’t recommend POCO X4 Pro if you’re a gamer, but if you’re a gamer once in a while, if your general purpose is casual use, it’s better for you to switch to POCO X4 Pro. With its 120HZ AMOLED panel, 108MP triple camera, 67W fast charging support and other features, POCO X4 Pro is superior to POCO X3 Pro. Tipping the scales further in the Poco X3 Pro’s favor is UFS 3.1 storage which is much faster than UFS 2.2 that the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max comes with. In the RAM department, both phones have 6GB / 128GB and 8GB / 128GB RAM and storage variants. You also have the option to buy a 6 GB/ 64 GB variant with the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max.