Poco X3 Reviews

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If you are looking for a smartphone with 64 megapixels and NFC, you’ve come to the right place. This phone is available in two colors: blue and unlocked. Our electronics experts tested the Poco X3 to see how it performs. If you are looking for a phone that works in low light, this is the one for you.

Poco X3 NFC has a 64-megapixel camera.

The Poco X3 comes with a massive battery and fast charging speeds. It can reach a full charge in 65 minutes, which is faster than the Samsung Galaxy A71’s time of 80 minutes. It has a 64-megapixel camera, which takes natural color images and has decent detail when enlarged. The Poco X3’s main camera can also take photos with a high resolution of 16 megapixels. If you’re looking for something more powerful, there’s also a Poco X3 Pro, which has a 64-megapixel camera.

The camera on the X3 NFC is slightly different than the one in the Poco X1. The sensor is a Sony IMX 686 or IMX 682 sensor. The Poco X3’s camera also has a 13-megapixel ultrawide lens with f/2.2 aperture and 1.0 microns. The Poco X3 NFC’s camera is slightly less impressive.

The rear camera on the Poco X3 NFC has four sensors: the main camera with a 64-megapixel sensor, a 13-megapixel ultrawide camera, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. It can also record 4K video at 30 frames per second and 720p slow motion video at 960 frames per second. In addition, there’s a second low-light camera for macro photos and a selfie camera with a 20-megapixel sensor.

It has a 120Hz refresh rate.

If you want a better gaming experience, you may want to change your refresh rate. Some phones use Dynamic Refresh Rate, which lets your phone switch between different refresh rates. This helps save battery and keeps your screen sharp and smooth. However, it can also cause your phone to stutter and run slowly. If you have noticed stuttering and lagging while playing games, you may want to disable Dynamic Refresh Rate on your Poco X3.

Poco X3 has a 6.67-inch IPS LCD with a 120Hz refresh rate. The display also has FHD+ resolution. This is a fantastic display for its price, and it packs hardware comparable to many flagship devices. Another nice feature is that the display can be forced to 120Hz, which is great for gaming.

There is an easy way to turn off the Dynamic Refresh Rate on the Poco X3. The first step is downloading the SetEdit application from the Google Play Store. Next, open the settings app on the phone and click on the Display section. You’ll find an option for 120Hz and 90Hz.

It has a skewed color balance.

The Poco X3’s camera produces good photos but suffers from a skewed color balance. The camera underexposes bright areas and overexposes darker ones, but it also does a good job at low-light imaging. It can also capture good-quality video.

Poco X3’s camera is largely similar to the Mi A1 and A2. It also runs the same MIUI operating system, with the same “more” menu and input menu. However, the Poco X3 adds a light painting feature and has revised settings. It also has a screen lock feature.

The screen is 6.67 inches and has an IPS LCD panel. It has a high screen-to-body ratio of 20:9. The display offers good color reproduction and viewing angles. The phone also sports an IR blaster and a secondary noise-canceling microphone.

The camera on the POCO X3 is capable and has a 20MP f/2.2 lens. While it lacks a depth sensor, it has good daytime photos. Its portrait camera, which has edge detection, is also good. The selfie camera has decent quality but tends to over-sharpen the image. Its camera also offers 4K video recording at 30fps. It also supports the Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) and Intelligent Metering.

It has low-light and indoor imaging.

The Poco X3’s main camera does a good job in bright indoor environments, but the camera struggles in low light. Its wide-angle sensor is good, and the portrait camera has good edge detection, though the selfie camera can be better. The camera also has a wide dynamic range and supports 4K video recording. The Poco X3’s main sensor is a 64-megapixel Sony IMX682 sensor with 0.8-micrometer pixels and a Quad-Bayer color filter. Unfortunately, it does not support optical image stabilization and uses a phase-detection autofocus system.

Both the Poco X3 Pro have good cameras. The main camera has 48 megapixels, and the ultra-wide camera has 13 MP. There’s also a 2MP depth sensor and macro imager. The front camera has a 20MP sensor for selfies.

The Poco X3 NFC has a 2MP depth sensor. This depth sensor can help the camera shoot portraits. It can capture blurred images in the background but has a small focus sweet spot. The resolution and color saturation is decent, though the portrait mode doesn’t quite live up to the hype.

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