It is download stock firmware more like a classy person who sits in the corner of a coffee shop by the window and makes you curious and intrigued when you pass by. Both phones come with splash resistance with an IP53 rating but Poco X3 Pro has a Gorilla Glass 6 protection on the front while the Redmi Note 10 Pro is protected by a Gorilla Glass 5. We often complain that most smartphones today pretty much follow a broadly similar design outline these days. While this somewhat fits the Redmi Note 10 Pro’s design, the same cannot be said about the Poco X3 Pro. Poco has managed to make a smartphone that would most definitely stand out of your average-looking smartphone crowd. The smartphone comes with a circular camera unit on the back which comes as a breath of fresh air in the era of all-things-rectangular, and also brings in a flashy dual-tone finish back. We call it flashy because the middle strip shines quite vigorously when light falls on it from different angles.
In practice, the camera on the Poco X3 Pro is much better than the Poco X3 and I wouldn’t have settled for less because the price is more. This is not a bad thing for users who liked the Poco X3 design.
- The main camera on the Poco X3 Pro is 48MP and uses the Sony IMX 582 Quad-Bayer 1/2″ sensor with 0.8µm pixels, 25mm f/1.8 lens.
- The Poco X3 Pro on the other hand will cost you Rs. 20,999 for 8 GB/ 128 GB variety which is definitely lighter on the pocket.
- It’s plastic too, and despite the internals, it can still feel quite cheap in the hand.
- It has enough leaps in performance and slightly better design to make it a smarter overall choice.
The Poco X3 Pro features a quad camera setup at the back. It comprises a 48 MP main sensor accompanied by an 8 MP wide shooter, a 2 MP depth sensor and a 2 MP macro sensor. You can swipe between Photo, Video, Portrait, and Pro modes.
The phone has a 6.7-inch 60Hz AMOLED panel, and it features an Exynos 9825 chipset with plenty of power and a 64MP camera that takes great shots. The standout feature is the gargantuan 7000mAh battery with 25W fast charging. The F62 costs more at ₹23,999 ($325), but then again, you are getting a lot of phone here. On average, my smartphone lived on a single charge for 7-8 hours of active screen in 120 Hz mode.
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