304 North Cardinal St.
Dorchester Center, MA 02124
304 North Cardinal St.
Dorchester Center, MA 02124
The Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro is now available in one variant (8GB/128GB RAM). Now, Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro’s Price is 29999 taka in Bangladesh. Poco X3 Pro has a 5160mAh battery with fast charging. This device is running with Android 11 and powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 (7 nm) chipset.
Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro will be launched in 2021, March. The Poco X3 Pro launched with model number unknown. Firstly, Its dimensional measure is 165.3 x 76.8 x 9.4 mm and the weight is 215 grams. Secondly, the display of the Poco X3 Pro is a 6.67-inch IPS LCD panel with 1080 x 2400 pixels resolution. The display is protecting with Corning Gorilla Glass. Thirdly and most importantly, It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 (7 nm) and running with Android 11. Moreover, it has up to an Octa-core (2×2.96 GHz Kryo 485 Gold & 6×1.X GHz Kryo 485 Silver) CPU.
Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro phone has a quad-camera setup on the back. This formation consists of a 48MP wide, 8MP ultrawide, and 2MP depth, 2MP camera. It has a 20MP selfie camera inside the punch hole of the display. The video recording capability is [email protected], [email protected]/60fps. According to its RAM and ROM, It has two (6/8GB/128/256GB) variants. On the other hand, it can not support microSDXC on uses a shared SIM slot. Certainly, Poco X3 Pro has a 5160mAh battery with fast charging. It has a dual nano-SIM card slot. That is to say, Poco X3 Pro is 2G/3G/4G supportable. The fingerprint sensor is side-mounted.
We can blame the screen for the Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro’s larger size. And, well, it’s worth it.
This is a 6.67-inch IPS LCD screen with a 1080 x 2400 resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. First, second and third impressions are great.
This is an LCD screen. It does not have perfect contrast, but we didn’t actually find raised blacks too noticeable even in a very dark room, at least with mixed content. You’d want an OLED if you spent a lot more, and its fast-responding pixels would make better use of the 120Hz refresh rate. But at this level? No major complaints.
The one other quirk is unlikely to bother too many people. Xiaomi puts two color intensity modes in the Poco X3 Pro, Standard and Saturated. Both are ‘hotter’ than the traditional sRGB color standard, so there’s no true relaxed color mode here. But this is probably more a sign we spend too much time looking at phones than anything else.
Brightness is not class leading. It seems to get a slight ‘turbo’ boost outdoors on bright days, but nothing close to flagship-like power.
The Poco X3 Pro’s screen looks sharp, color is bold, and the fairly large size instantly gives you the sense it’s made for games, video, and other stuff the enthusiast Poco crowd would enjoy. Poco phones seem to be popular among people who like to get a lot of tech for their cash.
Having a 120Hz screen at this price is excellent. And switching between 60Hz and 120Hz, an option here, shows there’s a real boost to Android menu scrolling at the higher refresh rate.
In an interesting twist, Poco has gone with lower resolutions for the X3 Pro’s rear cameras than it did with the Poco X3. You get a 48-megapixel primary camera and an 8-megapixel ultra-wide one, compared to 64 and 13 megapixels respectively on what is supposed to be a lower-end model in the same series. Of course, sensor and lens quality are much more important than resolution alone. It will be interesting to see how the Poco X3 Pro delivers, and whether people are willing to look beyond the usual “bigger is better” marketing message. There’s also a 2-megapixel macro camera and a 2-megapixel depth sensor.
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.
On paper it has typical hardware for this class. There’s a 48MP primary camera, a basic 8MP ultra-wide, and two terrible 2MP macro and depth cameras. We’re fine with the numbers. We’re used to ‘filler’ cams in affordable phones.
However, the Poco X3 Pro’s main camera performs noticeably worse than some of the alternatives, including Xiaomi’s own Poco X3 NFC and Redmi Note 10 Pro.
Texture details those family members would draw with surprising clarity are obfuscated into mush through the X3 Pro’s eyes. Mid-tone contrast is significantly worse, and it seems to make greater use of detail-eradicating noise reduction.
Images are relatively soft, and the softness kicks up a level in the ultra-wide, as is to be expected from a budget 8MP sensor.
The Poco X3 Pro has a 5160mAh battery, just like the Poco X3 NFC. Its stamina is similarly impressive, even with a much punchier processor.
We left the 120Hz display mode switched on during testing and were routinely left with 40% or more charge remaining by the end of the day.
On one day we kept a closer eye on the level. After starting the day at 7am, we still had 48% left by 11:30pm. That was after a solid day of use, including some browsing, a short gaming session, and a lot of audio streaming.
Benchmark tests show how good the Snapdragon 860 SoC is. AnTuTu 9 reported a score of 5,43,796 which is remarkable for a phone at this price level. In contrast, the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max managed 2,71,830 and the Realme X7 5G scored 3,35,698 (though scores for older versions of AnTuTu are not directly comparable). In Geekbench 5’s single-core and multi-core tests, the X3 Pro managed 752 and 1,892 points respectively. The 3DMark Wild Life graphics tests posted a score of 3,476, while GFXBench’s T-Rex and Car Chase scenes ran at 119fps and 39fps respectively.
The screen on the X3 Pro isn’t the best that I’ve seen at this price level, in terms of colour reproduction. It’s fine for casual use but if you really like your content to pop, you might be a little underwhelmed. The high refresh rate is good, and HDR kicks in when playing videos on YouTube. The camera hole is on the larger side by today’s standards and you might find it distracting in lighter scenes in videos. Stereo speakers are nice to have, and while the ones on the Poco X3 Pro are loud and good enough for sound effects in games, they won’t really let you get the best out of high-quality music.
All these capabilities together make for a solid gaming workhorse. I fired up COD Mobile and Asphalt 9: Legends, and both of them ran without any hitches. Gameplay was enjoyable overall. The upper rear of the X3 Pro did get a bit warm, and the large camera bump on the back did sometimes get in the way when holding the phone horizontally. A protective case should help with both these things.
Usage is generally pleasant. The fingerprint sensor works well and is easy to find by touch alone. Face recognition is also quick. Not everyone will find this phone comfortable to use, especially one-handed, because of its bulk. The main irritations come in the form of ads on the Glance screen and promotional content in GetApps notifications, which can be disabled with a little digging through the phone’s settings.
The first release date of Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro in Bangladesh was on May 12, 2020. Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro Price in Bangladesh officially start from ৳18,999 for the 64GB model, moving up to ৳21,999 for the 128GB model.
Buy it if…
Don’t buy it if…
The price of Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro is BDT. 29,999.
Redmi Note 9 has display size of 6.67 inches.
It contains Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 (7 nm) chipset and Android 11 It has up to an Octa-core (2×2.96 GHz Kryo 485 Gold & 6×1.X GHz Kryo 485 Silver) CPU.
Fingerprint, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, and compass .