POCO X3 PRO Posts on XDA

These are the Best Xiaomi phones to buy in September: Mi 11 Ultra, Redmi Note 10 Pro, and more!

Between Xiaomi and its various sub-brands, the company seemingly has a new phone out every few weeks. This might be annoying if these releases were mediocre, but that's not the case. Xiaomi's flagship phones have become very good over the years -- not just a contender to challenge for the top spot of our Best...

LineageOS 18.1 adds support for the POCO X3 Pro, POCO F3/Mi 11X, Galaxy M20, and more

In March this year, the LineageOS team rolled out the first build of LineageOS 18.1 based on Android 11 to nearly 60 devices. Since then, the team has added support for several more devices, including the OnePlus 6/6T series, the Google Pixel 3 series, several Xiaomi phones, the Samsung Galaxy S10, and more. The team...

These are the Best Cheap Android Phones in August: Google, Motorola, Samsung, OnePlus & More

Smartphones get better year after year. For flagships, this improvement usually come with price increases too. Fortunately for many of us, this is not the case with budget and mid-tier phones -- they improve year on year but the prices stay mostly the same because the definition for "cheap" or "budget" remains the same. Sure,...

Stable MIUI 12.5 update starts rolling out to POCO X3 Pro units in India

Hot on the heels of the MIUI 12.5 update for the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro last month, the latest version of Xiaomi’s custom skin is now making its way to one more device: POCO X3 Pro. Earlier today, POCO India director Anuj Sharma announced in a tweet that the company has started seeding the...

Kernel sources are now available for the latest phones from ASUS, POCO, Sony, and more

There is an abundance of options in the Android smartphone market. Along with that, there are countless options to customize and modify your phone beyond the options offered by OEMs, thanks to the devoted developers who make XDA such a unique community. One of the prerequisites for these custom modifications is the availability of kernel...

We’ve opened forums for POCO X3 Pro, Moto G50, Moto G100, Red Magic 6, Black Shark 4, and Samsung Galaxy M12

Springtime is always busy for new smartphone releases, and this year has been no different. This year, we’ve opened up new XDA forums for several new devices, including the OnePlus 9 series, and now we’re opening up more places for you to discuss your favorite smartphones. The new list of phones to join the XDA...

POCO X3 Pro launches in India as a spiritual successor to the original POCO F1

After launching the POCO X3 Pro and POCO F3 globally last week, POCO is now bringing the POCO X3 Pro to the Indian shores. The earlier models in the series, the POCO X2 and POCO X3 have been quite popular in the mid-range space and the company is hoping to repeat the same magic with...

The POCO X3 Pro reminds me of a 2019 flagship, and that’s not a bad thing

The POCO X3 NFC made waves in the latter half of 2020 when it offered something that much of the competition could not -- powerful mid-range specs and a 120Hz display all at a low price. In Europe, you could pick it up for around €200 at launch, and I have personally recommended it to...

Xiaomi’s POCO F3 and POCO X3 Pro offer sub-flagship specs at an affordable price

We’re all old enough to remember POCO’s very first device, the POCO F1, in 2018. The POCO F1 made a lot of headlines back in the day, featuring a flagship-grade SoC, the Snapdragon 845, at a price tag that challenged mid-range devices with much slower internals. That phone was considered a one-off until POCO's brand...

Xiaomi’s POCO X3 Pro leaks in full with a brand new Qualcomm chip

POCO's current lineup of cheap yet performant smartphones loosely resembles the brand's first smartphone dubbed the POCO F1. While the brand's first device was an aggressively cheap "flagship killer" equipped with the Snapdragon 845, their later devices have mostly been cheaper mid-range phones that are respectable on their own rights. The POCO X3, though, was...

POCO X3 Pro leaked renders show off a familiar figure for the company’s next smartphone

POCO’s X series is arguably the most popular smartphone lineup of the fledgling company. The POCO X2 was the first smartphone to launch under the new series. It took up the reins from the OG POCO F1 to deliver a highly competitive hardware package at an affordable price tag. The POCO X2 was well-received among...