Poco X3 Pro Review | Worthy Successor to the NFC?
Reviewing the Poco X3 Pro, an upgrade over one of the best budget phones of recent times, the NFC model. I’ve been testing the camera tech, gaming performance, battery life and Xiaomi’s MiUI 12 features, using the Poco X3 Pro as my full-time phone this past week. My unboxing offers a full tour of the software etc. And I’ve also compared this brilliant affordable smartphone vs the Redmi Note 10 Pro, Mi 11 Lite and Realme 8 – that goes live tomorrow!
Here’s a link to grab one and use the code ’20X3PRO’ in the first couple days to get it for 199 Euros.
While the design here still sucks, those specs are stronger than ever. This mighty budget blower is powered by the Snapdragon 860, which is ideal for gaming on PubG etc and can handle Genshin Impact if you scale down the settings. That camera tech is good for the price too, as the Poco X3 Pro captures good looking photos in most conditions.
It’s an IPS screen rather than OLED however, so if that bothers you, maybe check out Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 10 Pro instead. That’s still one of my favourite phones under £300 from 2021.
Poco X3 Pro Review Chapters:
0:00 – Stop banging on already
0:40 – Design
1:56 – MiUI 12 For Poco and Features
3:56 – Display and audio
5:34 – Performance and gaming test (Genshin)
6:56 – Battery life
7:22 – Camera test
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