First Impressions of the Poco M3 Pro 5G: Competitive, but Is It Disruptive?

The Poco M3 Pro 5G is a more powerful version of the Poco smartphone M3 (Review), with improved features and performance at a little higher cost on this phone. It has a novel design, a large battery, and a display with a fast refresh rate on this  phone. Poco's most cheap 5G smartphone is now available, and it competes directly with the Realme 8 5G brand new smartphone. I just got my hands on this smartphone, and while I still need to do a lot more testing now, these are my first impressionsof the poco m3 pro.

First Impressions of the Poco M3 Pro 5G Competitive, but Is It Disruptive


With India, Poco provides two M3 Pro 5G versions in only three colors. In the Cool Blue trim, I have the top-of-the-line 6GB RAM and 128GB storage space version. This item costs Rs. 15,999. There's also a lower-cost basic model with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of this phone storage, starting at Rs. 13,999. A micro SDcard may be inserted into the hybrid dual-SIM slot to enhance internal capacity to this phone. The more subtle Power Black and the striking Poco Yellow are the two-color possibilities in india and bangladesh.

This smartphone did its best to hide the poco M3 Pro 5G's thickness with rounded edges on the frame and back panel. Flattening the top and bottom of the frame contributes to the unique looks of the phone. On the top, there's a headphone jack and an IR emitter, while on the bottom, there's a USB Type-C port and a better speaker. The smart phone isn't overly hefty and has a pleasant grip.

The fingerprint sensor is housed in the recessed power button on the right side, and it works with either a press or a tap, depending on how you set it up this. Sharp images, adequate brightness, and vibrant colors are all managed by the 6.5-inch full-HD+ LCD display on poco m3 pro. The refresh rate had to be manually adjusted to 90Hz, after which animations looking and menu scrolling seemed much really better.

In the smartphoneo, like the Realme 8 5G and is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC. The 7nm SoC appears to be pretty strong for a smartphone in this price range on paper, so gaming and basic multitasking should be there are no problem. We'll know for sure how it handles large weights once we've completed our testing the phone. Of course, 5G is a major appeal here, although this feature isn't really useful right now because 5G networks are still a long way off in India and bangladesh.

MIUI 12.0.2 is installed on the smartphone 5G, which is based on Android 11 latest  version. MIUI's phone infamously spammy applications like GetApps have been behaving themselves in the short time I've had this phone, and I hope this smartphone continues during the review period. In comparison to the 6,000mAh powerful battery in the Poco M3 phone, Poco has lowered the battery capacity to 5,000mAh. However, this is still a large capacity, and should easily provide more time than a day's worth of playtime. In the box, you'll get an 18W quick charger.

Before we end up, let's speak about the better cameras, which, based on the specifications, appear to be a touch disappointing. The main 48-megapixel camera appears to be adequate, but Poco has omitted an ultra-wide camera, which is the surprising given the pricing. Instead, you get two 2-megapixel macro and depth sensors, which aren't really helpful in my opinion on poco m3 pro. An 8-megapixel sensor is used in the front side camera. In the final evaluation, we'll provide you with a detailed better camera performance report as well as a large number of example photographs.

In this smartphone 5G does not appear to be a segment disruptor in the same way as the Poco X3 Pro phone (Review) did, which is the surprising given the anticipation. In fact, if you take 5G network out of the equation, phones like Xiaomi's Redmi Note 10S and Redmi Note 10 Pro phone, which cost around the same as the top-end this phone, appear to be considerably better valued. I'll hold my final judgment until I've completed my phone testing, so stay tuned to Gadgets 360 for the full poco m3 pro review.

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