The former has a slightly spongy feel to it that doesn’t instill confidence. The power button, on the other hand, doubles up as a fingerprint scanner. It’s perfectly responsive in day-to-day use, and it makes for a much better solution than a less reliable in-display fingerprint reader. The company has provided a 3.5mm audio output jack, and with the help, you can use earphones or headphones on the phone. As for the power supply, the company has provided a Li-Po 5160 mAh battery capacity. To charge this phone, you can find the 33W fast charger in the box. The company has claimed, that this charger can charge the phone from 0% to 59% in just only 30Minuies.
- Because it’s an LCD, blacks don’t always necessarily look like blacks, stock Android firmware and you won’t benefit from a rich contrast ratio that can be found on AMOLED panels as a result.
- To ensure that all important data on the phone (like contacts, messages, app data, etc.) is safe, back them all up because you could loose data after flashing.
- However, the landscape has changed quite a bit since the days of the F1, both in terms of market demographics and price of components.
- Also, there is a nice gradient pattern at the back which should be appealing to young consumers.
Another similarity is that both phones have the volume rocker and power button on the right side of the phone. And this is pretty much where the similarity ends in terms of design for these newly launched phones. Both phones from the front have the same design language, they have a hole punch in the top center of the screen. They also have the same display size too, there’s not much to tell them apart if you look at them from the front side. The Poco X3 Pro and Poco F3 are phones that fall in different price categories and you can tell that from their design and build. Users love to take photos, record videos, because they can take pictures, record videos for creating new memories and recording them or for important things to look at whenever they need it.
- The Snapdragon 860 dominates in the multi-core test, however, with a score of 2657 versus the Snapdragon 695’s 1933.
- The 6GB/128GB model costs ₹19,999 ($272), and you get a 120Hz AMOLED panel, much better 108MP camera, and a more premium design.
- Firmware comes in a zip package containing Flash File, Flash Tool, USB Driver, and How-to Flash Manual.
- It echoes the Poco F1’s use of the Snapdragon 845 which was a bit dated but still very capable for its time.
A display this big deserved five columns of icons, not four. 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.
Again, charge the phone to at least 30% so that the flashing process will not be interrupted by low battery. We have shared the official PocoPhone X3 Pro Stock ROM Firmware (Flash File) on this page. The Stock ROM comes as a zip package which contains the original Firmware, Flash Tool, Driver, and How-to Install Manual. We have shared the official Poco X3 Pro Stock ROM Firmware (Flash File) on this page. You can flash or Software Update your Xiaomi phone from MIUI stock ROM (Flash File) using official Mi Flash Tool. You have successfully flashed Stock ROM on your Poco X3 android phone.