Under controlled lighting conditions, the camera renders the test chart sharply and provides a fairly accurate color reproduction. Both are poor in low ambient light, but the test chart is still quite easy to recognize.
You can use it, but only with ideal lighting, because in all other scenarios it is useless. The focus of the module is fixed, so you need to shoot at a distance of about 4 cm between the module and the subject itself. There are two versions for 6 and 8 GB of RAM and it is clear that there will be no problems with a lack of RAM in any of the two modifications in the near future. The materials of the case have remained practically unchanged. The back is plastic, the edges are also plastic with an imitation of metal, and the front is a flat glass Corning Gorilla Glass of the 6th generation (the predecessor had the 5th).
The back panel features a rectangular camera module on the top left corner housing four cameras and an LED flash. The phone measures 165.3 x 76.8 x 9.4 mm and weighs 215 grams. High Refresh Rate Display – The device features a 120Hz refresh rate display, which offers a smoother and more responsive viewing experience. The ultra-wide module shoots just fine, for 8 megapixels. The detail is not particularly prominent, the colors are okay, although the white balance differs from the main module. But the angle is very wide and there is an automatic distortion correction.
these steps shouldn’t require a PhD in software development either. Some readers will have no difficulty and breeze through the steps easily. Because people’s experiences, backgrounds, and intuitions differ, it may be a good idea to read through just to ascertain whether stock firmware file you feel comfortable or are getting over your head. LineageOS is probably the most popular custom ROM available out there. And the latest version of LineageOS is available for Poco X3 Pro as the code name of Vayu. If you want a simple and clean interface, then LineageOS is for you.
- But knowing how to configure your camera really takes good photos.
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- The Poco X3 Pro proves to be a worthy representative of Xiaomi’s Poco series, because it also offers a lot of value for little money.
- It’s just that there is a far more compelling option in the recent Poco lineup.
The focus here was clearly on performance, at the cost of everything else. If you need a lot of grunt in your daily use, the POCO X3 Pro is perhaps the best option in the category. However, for a more standard workload — think music streaming, taking photographs, or texting — a more well-rounded option like the Redmi Note 10 Pro would be a better bet for most. Perhaps the most obvious alternatives come from stablemate Xiaomi. Low-light and indoor imaging are the few areas where the POCO X3 Pro cameras do pretty well. There’s a good amount of control over noise, though the strong digital noise reduction is visible upon close inspection. The over-sharpening noticed in daylight shots is even more evident here.