Poco M3 Pro 5G Processing Quality

Poco M3 Pro 5G Processing Quality – Don’t buy sardines, you want chicken too! The Poco M3 Pro 5G is a good and adequate device for basic tasks, especially for PdPR. While it has a good user experience and pretty good performance, it doesn’t mean it has the same capabilities as a flagship gadget. This means, don’t expect this device to be able to handle the first with a gaming experience with high graphics, smooth, and no problems.

It’s like you buy a laptop marketed for productivity purposes, but you complain about not being able to run video games at high settings. Asphalt 9 was among the first ones I tested, well run on medium settings. But there will be a slight sense of time lag and snagging at times. It is acceptable for a device in this class. Moreover with the selling price around 20% to 30% cheaper than the price of Mi 11.

In the Geekbench 5 test, the Poco M3 Pro 5G posted a score of 361/1013 for single-core and multi-core. When it comes to performance of single -core Dimensity 700 score is 38.7% and is 30.6% lower than the Snapdragon 888’s multi -core performance (Mi 11). In the Antutu 3D test, it recorded a score of 316,148 and is around 44.7% of the score recorded on the Snapdragon 888 (706,990 marks)

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The Poco M3 Pro actually has only one camera you can really use, which is 48MP. The other two 2MPs are just gimmicks and don’t seem to help even for the picture result. It has no optical zoom support, no OIS support, no interesting features like the more expensive Poco device-the Poco F3. The selfie camera is only 8MP.

Even so, it’s a bit surprising that the picture results on this device aren’t bad; or the more rude words rubbish. In fact, we ourselves were surprised that this device has quite interesting and best picture quality. See the selfie image above for examples of normal mode, portrait mode and portrait mode with beauty mode enabled. The results are quite encouraging. Normal mode is able to preserve details well, portrait mode is also quite neat for devices in this category.