POCO X3 Pro Firmware vayu MIUI Download
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The cuts that Xiaomi made to accommodate a relatively high-end processor at a low price are felt most keenly in the Poco X3 Pro’s camera. It seems to get a slight ‚turbo‘ boost outdoors on bright days, but nothing close to flagship-like power. All this really means is you don’t get the Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro’s excellent Snapdragon 860 chipset for free. Its camera is superior, and not just because it has more pixels, 64MP to the Poco X3 Pro’s 48MP. The Pro tends to smudge fine detail, and demonstrates poorer mid-tone contrast than the best in this class. The 8MP ultra-wide camera has a similar color imbalance.
In practical terms, the experience you’d get is pretty decent. The Oppo Find X3 Pro is a great Android phone and if you’re not keen on the hefty size of the S21 Ultra then it does offer a tempting alternative. It takes excellent pictures and has one of the best screens on any phone you can buy. The Xiaomi smartphone supports VoLTE and Wi-Fi calls but not eSIMs.
Both phones come with splash resistance with an IP53 rating but Poco X3 Pro has a Gorilla Glass 6 protection on the front while the Redmi Note 10 Pro is protected by a Gorilla Glass 5. We often complain that most smartphones today pretty much follow a broadly similar design outline these days. While this somewhat fits the Redmi Note 10 Pro’s design, the same cannot be said about the Poco X3 Pro. Poco has managed to make a smartphone that would most definitely stand out of your average-looking smartphone crowd. The smartphone comes with a circular camera unit on the back which comes as a breath of fresh air in the era of all-things-rectangular, and also brings in a flashy dual-tone finish back.
Another let-down is Poco’s lack of regard for ergonomics as well as aesthetics. As much I’m delighted to see a high-end processor at this price point, I can’t help but notice that the rest of the phone doesn’t match. It’s like you spent so much money on acquiring a Ferrari engine, the only base you can now afford for your project car is a Maruti Omni. Those who prefer a high frame rate can switch to Full HD resolution to shoot at 60 fps. The clips contain a good amount of detail and accurate colours. However, due stock ROM to the lack of Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS), the videos tend to be shaky. You can solve this issue to a certain extent by enabling Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS).
- Usually, The Poco X series comes under the mid-range category.
- You can also use it during the Firmware (OS) Flashing or Installing process on the device or fixing any Software-related issues.
- Based on the light hitting the stripe you get the logo to show a color gradient from blue to almost magenta.
- Don’t get me wrong, Poco X3 Pro’s display is also great but only for the price, while the Poco F3 display will take the fight to much costlier phones.
- The biggest disadvantage is that the Phone warranty will be void once you root your device because of manufacturers ships unrooted and locked devices.
The depth sensor does its job well with the right subject and background separation in portrait mode. The 2 MP macro shooter is disappointing – for obvious reasons. Poco has baked in a security app that automatically scans newly installed software.
The cuts that Xiaomi made to accommodate a relatively high-end processor at a low price are felt most keenly in the Poco X3 Pro’s camera. It seems to get a slight ‚turbo‘ boost outdoors on bright days, but nothing close to flagship-like power. All this really means is you don’t get the Xiaomi Poco X3…