We are consistently getting around 6 hours of screen-on-time. The videos we shot had great contrast and showed intelligent metering. Colors are close to accurate and dynamic range is pretty wide. The 48MP camera churns out decent images in proper daylight.
The Pro mode lets you manually fine-tune white balance, ISO, exposure and shutter delay. On the other hand, enabling the AI feature turns the X3 Pro into a point-and-shoot camera. There aren’t that many devices that offer all of these things together in a cohesive package in this price range. The Realme 7 Pro has an AMOLED screen but a lower-grade processor. It has a better AMOLED screen and a 108MP camera but again has a lower-grade processor. If you want a better screen or camera then perhaps you might want to look at these two devices.
The camera does a decent enough job in low-light scenarios as well, but the resultant photos are overly processed and miss out on details. The Poco X3 Pro is a faster Poco X3 NFC with slightly better endurance. In terms of the camera and the display, however, it has no advantage. One would wish for a crisp OLED and 5G from a real “Pro”. The catch in the story is a smartphone with high processing power yet lacks of other specs such as camera quality and screen. The main camera of the X3 Pro uses the same sensor as the F3 (1.6 µm pixel size), which takes standard 12-megapixel photos from 48-megapixels using 4-in-1 pixel binning.
- The strip in the center provides an even slightly better grip for the fingers than the sides, making the smartphone sit pretty securely in the hand despite its size.
- However, this is not solving all of the problems and as of now, there is not a global solution.
- In terms of the camera and the display, however, it has no all firmware advantage.
This is why we are calling this one a tie in general performance terms. Xiaomi is a brand known for offering smartphones at extremely competitive prices. The brand and its sister brands, Poco and Redmi in particular, broadly follow the affordable price-powerful specs equation approach. This has worked so well for the company that it has got extremely comfortable on the number one spot of the smartphone market leader board in India. But what happens when devices from sister brands following a largely similar strategy get in each other’s way?