Using these, you can build both a LineageOS installation zip and a LineageOS Recovery image and install them on your device. After you complete the above two steps, you have to download and install your preferred custom ROM on the device and install it. So, just follow the step-by-step guide, and complete Poco X3 Pro custom ROM installing process. To install the custom ROM with the recovery, you have to install a custom recovery on your Poco X3 Pro device go to destination. Usually, Android devices come with stock custom recovery.
While other phones might have the Snapdragon 860 at some point, they do not currently offer it. The video is at 4K 30 frames per seconds, with proper stabilization to allow for smoother clips. It is however outperformed only by Redmi Note 10 Pro, Realme 8 Pro and Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC.
As for the camera efficiency, if you are looking for a professional camera phone, then you have to make the distance. It isn’t mean, the camera is bad, The company has provided a 48Mp primary camera on the rear side including another 8Mp ultrawide camera along with a 2Mp macro and 2Mp depth sensor. As for the display protection, the company has provided a Corning Gorilla Glass 6 protection on the front side. You can use a front cover to protect more, but I never recommend it, because the phone is thick and if you use a front and back cover, your phone looked like a bulky one.
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. You shouldn’t shoot at night, the photos are dark and noisy. But there is a night mode, in which photos will at least be brighter, sharper and with less digital noise. In global markets, the OnePlus Nord is the ideal alternative to the POCO X3 Pro.
Thanks to a more powerful processor, the Poco X3 Pro feels snappier, prompt, almost as if the phone is always on its feet to get your daily chores underway. Do not get us wrong, the Redmi Note is very quick but the difference in speed comes forth when it is compared with the Poco X3 Pro. That said, the Note 10 Pro Max’s display wins it some brownie points as it would make for a better binge-watching partner as compared to the Poco X3 Pro. Both devices have stereo speakers which have pretty much the same output although the Poco X3 is slightly louder. Along with the blazing-fast processors, you are getting beautiful high refresh rate screens, large batteries, features like dual speakers, and more. If you are limited by budget, the Poco X3 Pro should be excellent for you, but I would advise you to go for the Poco F3 just for the screen and extra performance. Of course, there are some compromises and some drawbacks to the budget-friendly POCO X3 GT, but depending on your specific needs, they’re nothing too major.