Firmware comes in a zip package containing Flash File, Flash Tool, USB Driver, and How-to Flash Manual. On this page, you can find the official link to download Poco X3 Pro Stock Firmware ROM (Flash File) on your computer. Below download stock firmware I have shown you two methods to flash Stock firmware on the Poco X3 smartphone. You can choose any of the shown methods according to your convenience. Remember Sometimes while rooting or while installing custom or stock ROM, we eventually brick our android phone. There is a solution for this which is provided here on this page “Flashing new stock ROM“.
The Poco X3 pro comes with the Poco launcher which it claims is ad-free. At one time, the Redmi Note’s UI was laden with ads but recent times have seen their number come down, so as to be hardly noticeable. The overall interface experience on the two devices is largely the same for most users. 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.
The 240Hz touch sampling does its job in making FPS games more responsive, and the impactful speakers definitely add a layer of immersion. Apart from the phone, obviously, the box includes a 33W adapter, a USB Type-A to Type-C cable, and a transparent silicon case that should change its color to yellow pretty soon. I have a real affinity toward the Steel Blue color, as the soft satin sides are punctuated nicely by the brighter blue strip that hosts the “POCO” logo. The logo is embossed and more visible when viewed face-on and just disappears when the X3 Pro is held at an angle. You’ll either love the brashness of this design or you’ll hate it. I kind of dig it but completely understand why you might hate it.
- It provides a stock Android experience on your Poco X3 Pro device without any annoying bloatware.
- It can charge at 33W using the included charger in the box and will power through pretty much anything that you throw at it.
- Naturally, I cannot say that it is as clean and of high quality as on the flagship Xiaomi Mi 11, but you cannot expect better from a smartphone of this class.
- The software on the phone is Android 11-based MIUI 12 which is quite feature-rich and very familiar.
I have tested the Snapdragon 870 on the Redmi K40 and it’s an impressive chip too. Both Poco X3 Pro and Poco F3 come with probably the best internal hardware for their price. The Poco X3 Pro comes with a significant upgrade as it uses the newly launched Snapdragon 860. It is so much better compared to the Snapdragon 732G found on the non-pro model. The Snapdragon 860 is not a brand-new processor, it is a higher binned Snapdragon 855+.