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Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro Full Specifications and Price

You’ll be able to play pretty much everything on offer on the Google Play Store, along with the ability to emulate a lot of past consoles and handhelds as well. It does have a 120Hz maximum refresh rate and 240Hz maximum touch sampling rate, as well as HDR10 support. There’s a fairly generous 5,160mAh battery and 33W fast charging, with a matching charger included in the box. Poco has used UFS 128GB of 3.1 storage and 6GB or 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM. In other countries, the higher-end variant has 256GB of storage, but market segmentation was seemingly calculated differently for India.

On the other hand, with so much power at its disposal, the company doesn’t seem to have spent time refining the experience. The selfie camera which is unchanged is a 20MP Samsung S5K3T2 ISOCELL Plus 1/3.4″ Tetra-pixel sensor. The Poco X3 Pro has 128GB UFS 3.1 storage on the base model versus 64GB UFS 2.1 on the X3 NFC. Thankfully Poco kept the micro SD card expansion slot still available for those needing even more storage capacity. However, you have to give up Dual-SIM stock firmware ROM use if you decide to use a microSD card so that’s that. Besides the color there is still the big POCO branding in the middle hashed chroma stripe. Based on the light hitting the stripe you get the logo to show a color gradient from blue to almost magenta.

volver a rom stock poco x3 pro

Stock ROM is an operating system developed by smartphone manufacturers to attract users. Every smartphone has its unique interface and features in its stock ROM. It differs from one brand to the next, as each gadget is custom-designed by the maker. It comes pre-installed in your device by the manufacturer when you purchase it. Some companies utilize Google’s stock operating system, while others created a Stock Rom using their own operating system. Custom ROMs no doubt bring in a couple of extra goodies than what your device might not be shipped with.

  • Although some people prefer a smaller phone, many people today are looking for phones with large screens.
  • I know that at some point, I will get bored of the MIUI, and I would like to flash custom ROMs.
  • The display is another area Xiaomi has gone with virtually the same display found on the regular Poco X3.
  • If you want more battery life, don’t care for 5G, and are looking for a more affordable handset then the X3 Pro is the more appealing option of the pair.

However, the former lacks 5G connectivity, something the X3 GT boasts of. Mind you, only the X3 Pro comes with a microSD card slot for internal memory expansion and 3.5mm headphone jack; the Poco X3 GT lacks it. On the other hand, the X3 Pro comes with 6GB and 8GB RAM, and 128GB and 256GB UFS 3.1 internal storage, respectively.



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