The X3 Pro was announced with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 860, the chipset that debuted here. This is an enhanced version of the Snapdragon 855, the chipset that powered most of the biggest flagship phones in 2019.
Xiaomi’s Poco X3 Pro may not be a dedicated gaming phone, but it builds on the success of the popular Poco X3 NFC and delivers fast performance without a price tag.
The feature of the heading is that it includes the Snapdragon 860. This is an impressive feat given the nature of the X3 Pro’s budget. With the addition of 6GB or 8GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage, the 6.67-inch LCD panel provides a 120Hz refresh rate and a 240Hz touch response rate.
With a whopping 5160mAh battery, you can have one or two intense gaming sessions. Also, 33W wired charging isn’t the fastest, but it’s still pretty neat.
As long as you’re happy with the fact that the screen is quite large at 6.67 inches, it’s a pretty clear advantage here.
This is an LCD panel instead of an OLED with FHD + resolution 2400 x 1080. However, it supports a refresh rate of 120Hz and a touch response rate of 240Hz, both of which immediately appeal to everyone who plays. Lots on their phone.
Even better, the refresh rate can be dynamically switched between five speeds from 30Hz to 120Hz. This means that you can slow down the screen a bit if needed to save battery life.
The 5160mAh battery here is pretty good and adds how powerful the phone is overall. The battery capacity is the same, but benchmarked for hours less than the X3 NFC. Probably a compromise for performance-intensive processors.
The stern setup is similar, but the details are different. You get four lenses, two of which are both 2Mp: macro lens and depth sensor. The other two are the 48Mp main camera (up to 64Mp) and the 8Mp ultra-wide camera (up to 13Mp).
Now we reach the core of the core specification that defines Poco X3 Pro.