Poco M3 Pro 5G Official Release – In the Malaysian market now there are many affordable smartphones that can be bought by all for different purposes. Some are specific to photography, some focus first and some focus on lifestyle or productivity. But lately, many are looking to find affordable smartphones that are suitable for use during home study sessions or PdPR. The Poco M3 Pro is among those devices. After testing this device, we found this device is quite suitable for for those on a tight budget.
Since the introduction of the Mi 10T, devices under the Xiaomi brand with LCD panels are seen to be getting better. If in the past the refresh rate was limited to flagship devices, now even basic middle class devices already support it. With a 6.5-inch screen, FHD+ resolution as well as a 90Hz refresh rate is a pretty good offer for a device that sells for less than RM700.
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After constantly complaining to Xiaomi that their MIUI is not very good, moreover the device running MIUI for Poco-Poco M3 Pro 5G is seen to have a few improvements. 90Hz support is not as bad as before. It is still not adaptive and inconsistent, but is able to provide a better touch and scroll experience than MIUI for Poco before.
True, there will be more problems getting stuck a bit when opening a lot of apps; or if you want to open a list of apps that are already open and switch between each other. But, it is not so annoying that it makes us feel angry and dissatisfied with the screen of this device. The screen bezel is thin; but on the chin it is a bit thick so it makes the device look less even. But what can be done? This is a standard for a device in this class.
The Dimensity 700 5G chip has roughly the same capabilities as the Snapdragon 720G chip. It has two 2.2 GHz Cortex-A766 cores and six 2.0 GHz Cortex-A55 cores matched to the Mali-G57 MC2 GPU chip. This chip is a fairly capable chip for a basic middle class android. Especially if the device manufacturer is smart in software optimization. On the Realme 8 5G which uses the same chip, it has virtual memory support of up to 5GB. MIUI still doesn’t have this feature yet, but it is being tested by Xiaomi and will probably be offered soon. With this feature, performance can be a little faster.