At this time, POCO X3 Pro does not support 90 FPS in PUBG Mobile Or BGMI Game. But the officially confirmed, the latest update can be brought 90FPS gaming experiences. But, after the season we face some lag issues and frame drop also. Even I can’t play competitive games on mobile after the phone gets heated because of heavy frame drops here. Xiaomi POCO X3 pro features a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, that really works very fast.
- It will be soon released for the Indian, European (EEA), Turkish, Indonesian, and Russian variants in the coming days.
- Unfortunately, the performance sometimes drops significantly under load.
- Stock Firmware process will affect your Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro phone data like images, videos, and files.
- There’s also a Z Shocker Haptics motor, which is not something amazing like flagship phones and doesn’t feel too bad either.
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It’s not going to go toe-to-toe against the likes of the Xiaomi Mi 11, but it will pack a punch that a modern-day mid-range smartphone still can’t quite achieve. The Adreno 640 GPU is still not found in mid-range chipsets and the 7nm production process aids in low-power high performance. The POCO X3 Pro marks the debut of a rather special chipset from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 860.
Those are definitely big upgrades, but it still means that you’re effectively getting a very similar device if you go with the X3 Pro instead of the X3 NFC. It’s plastic too, and despite the internals, it can still feel quite cheap in the hand. The chassis on the back has been changed somewhat to have a more matte-feel on the sides, but it still feels more or less like the X3 NFC when you’re holding it. I do have one problem with respect to the software, though — it’s very aggressive with RAM management. In order to save resources, it quite frequently kills open apps, making them reload even if you go back to them just a few minutes later. For a phone that’s all about performance and gaming, this isn’t a great look.
Frankly, when we compare the chipsets, we see that the POCO X3 Pro has an obvious advantage. Our winner this time in terms of performance is the POCO X3 Pro. When it comes to video shooting capabilities, you can record [email protected] videos with POCO X3 Pro and [email protected] videos with POCO X4 Pro. When we evaluate the cameras, we see that POCO X4 Pro has better sensors with high resolution and plenty of light compared to POCO X3 Pro.