- Ki Price/Quality Score9.4
- Kimovil reviewPros
- Display quality
- Gaming experience
- Infrared port
- No Wireless charging
- Camera quality
- Video stabilization
- 6.67"FHD+84% useful20:9
- 215 g 76.8 mm 165.3 mm 9.4 mm
- SnapD. 860 Octa-Core 6 GB RAM 128 GB
- v9 561.303
- 5160 mAh
- 1 48 Mpx · ƒ/1.79 IMX582 Exmor RS 234SELF 20 Mpx · ƒ/2.2
- Android 11 MIUI V12 (Android 11)
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 0%Less than half day
- 0%Less than a day
- 7%One day
- 64%More than one day
- 29%Two days or more
- 7%It comes with a clean operating system
- 64%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 29%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 0%Once a year
- 27%Every six months
- 73%Every two months or less
- anonymous_263937_60772ec825bb9Poco X3 ProGlobal · 6GB · 128GB8 days agoExcellent performance, rest is meh
it's a top performer, no doubts about that, kind of heats up a little bit, but most high end SoCs are alike.
It has lots of battery life, never had to recharge during the day, even with gaming and watching 2-3 hours of video daily, with some GPS use too (GPS is ok, some blunders but quickly retracks the correct position).
Not a bad display, neither love or hate it.
The camera downright sucks (takes far worse pictures than a 3 year old redmi note 5 for example... not to mention mi a3 and redmi note 7 and 8pro, or samsung's A51 and A52), still need to install the Gcam tho.
The battery is great, takes me only haldf an hour (or a tad longer than that) of charge to recharge it and use it for a full day (GPS and gaming included).
Mics, speakers, antennas, are all good enough, average in this price range. I'd say only the vibration is noticeably sub par.Pros
- 3.5 mm jack
- Quick Charge
- stereo speakers (volume)
- Battery life and fast charge
- Camera quality
- Plastic built
- Speakers (the back vibrates)
- Best quality/price phone!
Suberb processor, not last flagship and no 5G, but does what ever you want or need!
Enormous battery, last for 3 days!
Camera's surprised, since has lower MP than x3 NFC, very good quality photos and video!
Brillant screen, not amoled, but 120Hz refresh rate and gorilla glass 6!
Goodies, like NFC, infrared, Radio FM with 3.5mm jack, are always useful!
All for 200€… or 250€…?
- Camera quality
- Infrared/Radio FM/NFC
- Refresh rate
- Good phone but one critical problem
In general phone is very good but...
EARPIECE IS TOO LOUD!!! Even when you decrease volume to minimum it is very loud when talking to someone. There is no privacy in quiet environment. Additional sound comes from back of the phone. Just be aware of that. Same was with previous POCO X3 NFC and problem was not solved.
- Autovery fresh and the best without a doubt if you get it for $ 200
Without saying much, it is one of the fastest terminals I have ever had and the day-to-day experience is great. No lageo anywhere and with the 120hz it goes like a fucking bullet. For $ 200, which is why I caught it on Amazon, there is not. not far, nothing that comes close. All the comparisons with the F3 or the Mi Note Pro 10, make no sense, that those phones take this minimum $ 70-100 and in fact, they lack the battery that it has and sin in many other points. Highly highly recommended and especially with the latest updates regarding the camera and the optimization of the terminalPros
- Overall performance
- Fast charge
- The only thing that maybe fails is the optimization of MIUI12 in Android 11, but in a few weeks it will be completely clean. It is normal for this to happen with new products.
- AutoA mobile that offers good features for its price
The truth is a mobile that is worth what it offers, for me I am very demanding and I am not convinced, its camera is regular (not to say mediocre) but the processor is fine, the autonomy is somewhat regular for today In demanding use, the screen is not what I expected but it is fine. (If you want it to play buy it)Pros
- Operating system and software of this
- AutoA perfect mobile for its price
I have had this mobile for two days and the truth is, it seems like a perfect mobile with its price. I liked the drums. It's quite durable and that's pretty cool considering the processor it has. In terms of performance, it is quite good, and it is one reason why I bought this mobile. It has a processor that is capable of running intensive games, and the storage, being UFS 3.1, I loved it. It goes fluid. The camera is good, it takes photos quite well, both in normal, wide angle and macro. The only downside is that the photos turn out worse with the stock camera, to achieve the desired results, I had to install the GCam. The dimensions of the mobile are also good, a little bigger, but it has a good grip and I liked that. I also liked the detail that it has an SD slot and a 3.5 jack, I'm not a fan of wireless headphones. In short, if you want a true price-quality mobile, I recommend the Poco X3 Pro.Pros
- Memory performance and speed
- The screen
- The 3.5 jack
- The camera, although if it has GCam, takes some pretty good photos
- AutoVery good phone for its price
Top performance for gaming, with a powerful processor and 6GB of RAM, there is very little lag. The internet connection is impressive (500+ Mb / s in 5GHZ Wifi 10 meters from the router, 250+ Mb / s in 4G + 5 bars inside a building), good quality screen with rounded corners, 1080p and 120hz , beware the 120hz quickly drains the battery, but there is the possibility of changing to 60hz. The photos are of very good quality, however be careful to select the '48MP' option before taking photos, otherwise we end up with 16MP. The battery lasts two days or more in normal use, very fast charging (80% in 40min) with the plug supplied with the phone. On the other hand, the first use of the telephone can be complicated, all is not clear. Google is everywhere on the phone with a lot of apps preinstalled, some of which cannot be uninstalled.Pros
- Preinstalled apps
- Google everywhere
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- 8.1 Design & Materials
- 8.4 Performance & Hardware
- 7.6 Camera
- 7.7 Connectivity
- 8.6 Battery
In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
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