Poco has kept on new devices for a while, although many of them have been renamed from Xiaomi, the latest is Poco X3 GT, and one is the international version of Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G. But this is not to say that there is a problem. On the contrary, it can be expected that the X3 GT can have powerful hardware specifications at a relatively low price. In short, it is the direction of high cost performance.
Let’s talk about the specifications first, Poco X3 GT is equipped with MTK Dimensity 1100 processor, 8GB RAM, up to 256GB storage space, and supports 67W fast charge 5,000mAh battery. The screen is a 6.6-inch FHD+ perforated screen, with a built-in 16MP selfie camera, covered with Gorilla Glass Victus, with a maximum 120Hz adaptive refresh rate function, and 240Hz touch sampling rate, which is enough for challenging high-demand FPS The screen of the game. Speaking of games, X3 GT will have LiquidCool 2.0 liquid cooling system, plus X-axis linear motor, giving a cooler and more sensational gaming experience.
The main camera part at the back is a 64MP wide-angle camera (1.4μm, supports four-in-one pixel, f/1.79), 8MP ultra-wide-angle (120 degrees, f/2.2), and a 2MP macro camera. The power button on the side of the machine will double as the fingerprint reader, and some friends prefer this physical button. The X3 GT also has Dolby Atmos dual speakers in the sound quality part, which can be said to be relatively rare on relatively low-priced mobile phones.
It’s rare for me to get the real machine, so I will run a score and show you the performance of this MTK Dimensity 110·0 processor. In Geekbench 5 and PCMark for overall performance, they scored 743 (single-core), 3,002 (multi-core) and 10,0049, respectively, which are higher than the Poco X3 Pro with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 860. Although the gap is not very obvious, it is finally a sigh of relief for MTK.
Xiaomi Hong Kong has confirmed the introduction of Poco X3 Pro. It will be available for sale on the Poco official website at 8:30 pm on August 2nd. There will also be an unboxing event with a HK$100 purchase voucher and an early bird gift Bluetooth game player. Bundle. The next day, it will be officially launched at Xiaomi Home and major retailers, priced at HK$2,399 (8+128) and HK$2,599 (HK$2,599). The price difference with Poco X3 Pro is subtle. I wonder which one would you choose?