- 6.67"FHD+84% useful20:9
- 215 g 76.8 mm 165.3 mm 9.4 mm
- SnapD. 732G Octa-Core 6 GB RAM 64 GB
- v8 301.581
- 5160 mAh
- 1 64 Mpx · ƒ/1.89 IMX682 Exmor RS 234SELF 20 Mpx · ƒ/2.2
- Android 10 Q MIUI V12 (Android 10)
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 1%Less than half day
- 5%Less than a day
- 21%One day
- 54%More than one day
- 20%Two days or more
- 2%It comes with a clean operating system
- 91%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 7%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 0%Once a year
- 33%Every six months
- 66%Every two months or less
- A ton of phone for the price, Poco win
This is a lot of phone for a real value. The screen in varied refresh rates is quality but don't expect oled at this price point or perfection in direct sunlight. A superb daily driver with a snappy launcher and bloat you can manage with a bit of effort, the new MIUI phones are less buggy than predecessors and offer a smooth consistent UX.
The camera is reviewed a lot, very good sony 64mpx and nothing lacking for the price, selfie is decent and camera app is again much improved over older Mi versions. Video surprisingly stable and snappy if you tune resolutions.
If you aren't mapping towers or a band expert in North America don't bother - but this phone is an absolute gem for MVNO or flanking telcos if you read Kimovil and shop for your bands - as fast as my Pixels in LTE-A - that 700mhz missing in skewed reviews affects only uninformed shoppers. Dual sim though not dedicated like the cheaper M3 is great for travel though giving up my 512gb SD card on the road may be tricky.
- Screen quality
- Camera quality
- Huge install base
- Some band support missing ing global firmware
- Lack of some Mi Cloud functions for diehards
- Great for some, for me the Realme Q2 is much better value
I am extremely annoyed with the quality of the IPS display. There is obvious backlight issues along the entire edge of the display, worst along bottom and top and at the rounded corners. Even more obvious when viewed from an angle. There's also obvious ghosting, even at 120hz, particularly when scrolling black text on white background.
The phone is otherwise responsive and well featured but way too bulky. The free case it comes with makes it feel like you're holding a sandwich.
Had higher expectations given all the hype out there about this being an incredible value.
The Realme Q2 supports 5g, runs a faster processor, has 64gb more memory, is less bulky and, other than not having NFC, lacks nothing compared to the X3... and can be had at the same price.Positives
- Decent value for the features
- Not 5g
- Increbidly bulky
- Substandard display quality
- Wish it had USB-C Alt Mode
- There are better options for the price
- everything you need
Beautiful design with a 6.67-inch screen, its colors are beautiful and saturated, the cameras in the phone are great and will give you very beautiful pictures, especially in high lighting, the performance is very smooth and will meet all your needs of browsing and gamesPositives
- 120hz refresh rate
- stereo speaker
- selfie camera
- logo in the back
- Just one of the best Mid-Range that have it all, but
Exactly What I Need!Positives
- 120hz IPS LCD
- Stereo Speakers
- Snapdragon 732G
- 64MP IMX 682
- 5160mah Battery, Fast Charging 33W
- The price is really affordable for the specs
- Battery drains a little bit fast
- 120hz not that buttery smooth on some apps
- Some bugs on the MIUI
- Heats up a little bit quickly
- Missing [email protected] EIS
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- 8.2 Design & Materials
- 7.7 Performance & Hardware
- 7.7 Camera
- 7.8 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.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.