The other two are 2 megapixels and have an f/2.4 aperture, at the same time they are intended for macro photos and the field blur effect, respectively. To this we must add the fact that said camera module is capable of recording videos in FullHD 1080p at stock ROM (firmware) 30 frames per second, but only with the main sensor. The Poco X3 Pro, on the other hand, has opted for a more powerful processor and more than enough in terms of performance. We talk about Qualcomm Snapdragon 860, one that at the time was the top of the high-end semiconductor manufacturer. Solvent than the aforementioned Helio G99 of the Poco M5.
The Poco X3 Pro bypasses any 5G problem by, well, shunning the connectivity entirely. That, it seems, is much the point of using the all-new Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 processor – there’s no X50/X55 series modem attached within the platform, thus no 5G.
Rooting your device comes with cons or disadvantages as well. The biggest disadvantage is that the Phone warranty will be void once you root your device because of manufacturers ships unrooted and locked devices. Apart from that, while rooting the device, if anything goes wrong, then your device might be bricked. Manufacturers only provide updates to the unrooted devices, hence your device will no longer remain secure because it would not receive official firmware updates by the manufacturer. It’s not easy to flash a custom ROM on your Poco X3 Pro device.
Some functionalities might be compatible with other Xiaomi devices (Android one ones for example, or Blackshark). Some might work even with other brand devices, but this tool is not designed to do that, so please use it with Xiaomi devices. No smartwatches, TVs or any other type of device are supported. We always suggest, before the start, the flashing process you need to create a backup of your Android smartphone. You can use any of the following versions of Xiaomi Flash Tool to flash the firmware.
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