POCO X4 Pro, on the other hand, comes with a 6.67-inch AMOLED panel with 1080×2400 resolution, 120Hz refresh rate and 360Hz touch sensitivity. The arrival of this generation with an AMOLED panel is a very important development for users who consume content, play games and do many other things on their devices. Blacks look like real blacks, and you’ll see your battery life increase. POCO X4 Pro can reach a very high brightness value of 1200 nits and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. If we have to pick a winner in terms of displays, the POCO X4 Pro comes with a much improved, prettier display than the previous generation POCO X3 Pro. There are many things working in Poco X3 Pro’s favor when it comes to battery performance.
- The lens quartet is topped off by a depth-of-field camera with 2 MP and a macro camera that is activated in the camera settings and then has a fixed focus of 4 cm.
- The buttons are well placed, but it is impossible to reach the top of the screen without changing the grip.
- Its 1080 x 2400 pixels resolution display will never create any trouble while watching Full HD+ videos and playing Heavy games like PUBG and COD.
- For instance, Samsung S20 and ASUS ROG phones are flaunting this level of protection and they cost an average monthly pay of a software engineer.
But thanks God that the POCO did the job to update the launcher. I\’m looking forward for more miui updates but for now it is great for it\’s price. I definitely recommend to someone who does care too much about the software but instead hardware. The POCO X3 Pro could find itself being a mid-range gaming smartphone on a budget, thanks to the Adreno 640 inside. You get some pretty decent sustained performance too, according to my testing using the CPU Throttling Test app.
In addition, MIUI 14 has been made smaller in size by reworking the MIUI architecture. It is available for various Xiaomi devices including Xiaomi, Redmi, and POCO.
This is crucial, because refreshing the display 120 times is pointless if it’s not fed with a new frame on each refresh cycle. In the UI and compatible games, you can switch between 60 Hz and 120 Hz refresh rate and clearly see the smoother motion offered by the latter. The screen on the X3 Pro isn’t the best that I’ve seen at this price level, in terms of colour reproduction. It’s fine for casual use but if you really like your content to pop, you might be a little underwhelmed. The high refresh firmware rate is good, and HDR kicks in when playing videos on YouTube.
But 4G/LTE connectivity is perfectly good enough and, without the concern over elevated costs or battery consumption, we think it’ll be lapped up by many consumers. These are the primary reasons why you should get the Poco X3 Pro. I didn’t emphasize camera and gaming because you can already get an idea regarding these aspects of the phone on Reddit and YouTube. Do let me know if you want me to review the phone after a while or you’re OK with the reviews you have already read or watched. Follow our Facebook page to find out sample shots that I would be posting soon. Recently my Realme 5 Pro was hard bricked, which I had been using for around two years. Realme 5 Pro performance has gone down after it received some software updates.