First of all, they must make sure that their device has all the necessary drivers installed. This number can be found on stock ROM the back of the phone or on its box. If the model number is not available, they can check its specifications. Likewise, owing to Android’s open-source ecosystem, users generally try out a plethora of tweaks and customizations. And if they end up messing up even a single step, it will straight away lead to a bricked or boot-looped device. Well, all you have to do is just flash the stock firmware onto your Xiaomi device and your device will be back to normal working condition.
- There are complaints about the visual design, but they are not massive and in general the design is a very subjective thing and there will always be those who do not like it.
- The Poco X3 Pro also comes with 6 or 8 GBs of LPDDRX RAM and 128 or 256 GBs of superfast UFS 3.1 storage.
- Firstly, this phone has a very large screen and it is quite thick, too.
- One feature that some may consider to be a downside with this phone is its camera.
- If you want a simple and clean interface, then LineageOS is for you.
So, performance shouldn’t be a concern for prospective buyers. Poco X3 has slightly better overall brightness than Realme 7 Pro but outdoor visibility is comparable on both of these devices. The microSD card slot is not dedicated, so choose your storage variant accordingly. Other than that, there are no unexpected hardware surprises here – USB Type-C port, noise cancelation microphone, IR blaster, audio jack are all there. The 33W fast charger bundled in the box can top up around 60 percent of the battery in just 30 minutes.
- The first and foremost advantage straight out spells out that you don’t have to wait for the OTA to land on your device.
- The Note 10 Pro Max’s 6 GB/ 128 GB version is priced at Rs. 19,999 and its 8 GB its 8GB / 128GB variant comes for Rs 21,999.
- Apart from that, while rooting the device, if anything goes wrong, then your device might be bricked.
- So if you need a phone for gaming or want a device that will deliver lag-free performance for several years, the X3 Pro is the default choice.
- You can use it, but only with ideal lighting, because in all other scenarios it is useless.
In LCDs, this is achieved by the twisting and bending of liquid crystal molecules that manipulate the backlight to display colours on the screen. If the response time is slow, the pixels retain their previous state for a longer time causing trailing in fast-moving visuals. I am not sure if there is a big change in overall camera performance. Even though in terms of specs there is definitely lower-spec hardware on this newer Poco X3 Pro. I think most users will be happy with the camera output from this smartphone. I wouldn’t pay too much attention to the two 2MP cameras. The macro camera lacks autofocus and I found the Ultrawide camera to give good results of close-ups compared to the actual macro camera.
Even if it does not reach the level of response of the flagships from Xiaomi, but it’s good enough. The front-facing camera is 20 megapixels (f/2.2, 1/3.4″, 0.8µm) and it seems to be no different from the front-facing camera of the Poco X3 NFC. Detailing during the day and indoors in good lighting is not bad, the color rendition is natural. There is a rolling shutter effect, so it is not recommended to make sudden movements during shooting.