POCO M3 Pro 5G Smartphone


  • 4 GB RAM | 64 GB ROM | Expandable Upto 1 TB
  • * 16.51 cm (6.5 inch) Full HD+ Display
  • * 48MP + 2MP + 2MP | 8MP Front Camera
  • * 5000 mAh Lithium-ion Polymer Battery
  • * MediaTek Dimensity 700 Processor

The Poco M3 Pro 5G is an all the more impressive form of the Poco M3 , and offers better highlights and execution at a somewhat greater cost. It brags of another plan, a major battery, and a high-invigorate rate show. This is presently Poco's most reasonable 5G cell phone, and it goes head-on against the Realme 8 5G. I've quite recently got my hands on this telephone, and keeping in mind that there's a ton of testing to be done, here are my underlying feelings of it.

POCO M3 Pro 5G Smartphone

Poco offers two variations of the M3 Pro 5G in India, in three tones. I have the top-end 6GB RAM and 128GB stockpiling variation in the Cool Blue trim. This is estimated at Rs. 15,999. There's a lower evaluated base variation too with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of capacity what begins at Rs. 13,999. Inner capacity is expandable utilizing a microSD card in the crossover double SIM space. The other shading choices are the more unobtrusive Power Black, and the unmistakable Poco Yellow.

Poco has made an honest effort to cover the thickness of the M3 Pro 5G with adjusted edges for the edge and back board. The top and lower part of the edge are straightened, which adds to the fascinating feel. You get an earphone jack and IR producer on the top, and a USB Type-C port and speaker at the base. The Poco M3₹ 11,920 Pro isn't excessively hefty and has a decent close by feel.

POCO M3 Pro 5G Smartphone

The recessed force button on the right likewise houses the unique finger impression sensor, which functions admirably with either a press or a tap, contingent upon how you set it up. The 6.5-inch full-HD+ LCD board oversees sharp visuals, fair brilliance, and clear tones. I needed to physically set the revive rate to 90Hz, after which livelinesss and looking through menus felt a great deal smoother. 

The Poco M3 Pro uses the MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC, actually like the Realme 8 5G. On paper, the 7nm SoC appears to be genuinely amazing at a telephone in this cost fragment, so gaming and general performing multiple tasks shouldn't be an issue. We'll know without a doubt how it adapts to weighty loads whenever we are finished trying it. 5G is obviously the large draw here, however this component isn't very useful right now since 5G organizations are far from being a reality in India.

The Poco M3 Pro 5G runs on MIUI 12.0.2 based on Android 11. In the short time that I've been using this phone, MIUI's infamously spammy apps such as GetApps have been behaving themselves, and I hope this continues throughout the review period. Poco has reduced the battery size to 5,000mAh, compared to the 6,000mAh one in the Poco M3. This is still a pretty high capacity though, and should easily deliver more than a day's worth of runtime. You get an 18W fast charger in the box.


  • Triple Rear Camera Setup: 48MP Main (0.8μm Pixel Size, f/1.79 Aperture, 6P Lens, AF, FOV: 79 Degree) + 2MP Macro (1.75μm Pixel Size, f/2.4 Aperture, 3P Lens, FF, FOV: 84 Degree) + 2MP Depth (1.75μm Pixel Size, f/2.4 Aperture, 3P Lens, FF, FOV: 83 Degree), Camera Features: Timed Burst, 48 MP Mode, AI Camera, AI Beautify, AI Portrait Mode with Bokeh and Depth Control, Google Lens, Night Mode, Movie Frame, HDR, Digital Zoom up to 10x, Face Recognition, Pro colour, Video Features: Video Macro Mode, Time-lapse Video, Short Video, Slow Motion Video, EIS

The Poco M3 Pro 5G doesn't appear to be a section disruptor like the Poco X3 Pro (Review), which to me, is somewhat frustrating thinking about all the promotion around it. Indeed, in the event that you avoid 5G with regard to the condition briefly, telephones, for example, Xiaomi's Redmi Note 10S and Redmi Note 10 Pro seem like much better worth contributions for about a similar cost as the top-end Poco M3 Pro. 

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