Weekly poll: is the Poco X3 NFC great value for money?

13 September 2020
The first phone with a Snapdragon 732G chipset has a lot going for it at a price of €230. That said, it's only an incremental upgrade over the Poco X2.

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Andreidinutu, 13 Sep 2020As you say man. Everyone has their own preferencesApart from Tech Spurt, there's a Tim Schofield I often watch and JerryRigEverything which we all know and like. What I like about these reviewers is that unlike other big and famous YouTubers, they're quite honest in their opinions and not sold to companies or biased when comparing devices

YUKI93, 13 Sep 2020Currently using both Microsoft Lumia 950 and LG V50 with Du... moreInteresting choice of phones, I did like the like 950 XL when it came out but by then WP was already dying, also almost bought a 1020 which has been always a dream to own, but couldn't for some reasons. I currently have a Nokia 8110 4G, Nokia 6.1, Moto X Force and a Z2 Force with the Turbo Power mod which I bought recently, it's a really great phone, and the battery life is unbelievable for the size, if only I can find one on sale I'd get one again as a secondary or gaming device device. These phones are built so well, Moto should bring them back

YUKI93, 13 Sep 2020Tech Spurt a great reviewer? I'm totally not impressed... moreOkay maybe not really great as a phone reviewer, but his content is for sure entertaining to watch and as also pointed out by Andreidnutu, he's got a peculiar style of reviewing thats interesting, and that humor which perhaps all of his viewers like

Anonymous, 13 Sep 2020Except K30 has huge ugly selfie cancer...camera. And lacks... moreThe phones I mentioned are significantly faster.

Maestrow, 13 Sep 2020Owning or getting a 5g phone has basically no potential / v... moreIt's not about 5G. It's about the SoC being faster with a better GPU.

When will you guys release the full review? And by the way, this or Realme 6? Specs seems better here, but the OS is more laggy and full of ads

CosminStefan, 13 Sep 2020Yuki what phone you use right now?Hello fellow romanian. Nice to see ya round' these parts

CosminStefan, 13 Sep 2020Yuki what phone you use right now?Currently using both Microsoft Lumia 950 and LG V50 with DualScreen case, though I only use the LG solely as a mobile entertainment device.

P.S Next on my list is the Nokia Lumia 1020 and the Motorola Moto Z2 Force with moto 360 camera, Polaroid, and Projector mod.

YUKI93, 13 Sep 2020Lol, don't expect me to use a phone with built-in adwa... moreYuki what phone you use right now?

Anonymous, 13 Sep 2020But aren't they all manufactured by more or less the s... moreYes more of less to compete with each other and have a huge monopoly purpose market share and holding.

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DragonNF, 13 Sep 2020great value for money, but i wont recommend for the large a... moreYou can't be serious, ads can never be a problem. Few clicks away to disable them

dbjungle, 13 Sep 2020This phone is mostly the same as the Poco X2 / Redmi K30. ... moreOwning or getting a 5g phone has basically no potential / value in it's current state.

Once it's ready,fully optimized then and only by then it has it needs to function and purpose.

Buying blind features which arent ready is not how it works.

great value for money, but i wont recommend for the large amount of Ads in the software.
when you buy a device, you aren't supposed to get ads everywhere, the hardware is excellent, the software is that of a 50$ device.

YUKI93, 13 Sep 2020Tech Spurt a great reviewer? I'm totally not impressed... moreAs you say man. Everyone has their own preferences

L.O.R.D, 13 Sep 2020Tech Spurt, yes he's a great reviewer, I love watching... moreTech Spurt a great reviewer? I'm totally not impressed with his Fairphone 3 review. Not at all!

Andreidinutu, 13 Sep 2020Exactly that clickbaiter. Look at his vids. Seriously man, ... moreTrouble is that Mrwhosetheboss actually knows what he's talking about despite the clickbait. Makes me so hard to ignore his view despite the presence of reviews from other YouTubers.

P.S Okay, I know he is a duck when he talked about the Nokia 808 PureView, but that's another story for another day.

Anonymous, 13 Sep 2020Something good always has a price.. If you aren't payi... moreWhat you did there basically explains why Fairphone exists in the first place. It's not just about being sustainable by only doing recycling or using the phones longer than others, but also advocating fair wages to everyone who made the phone and also avoids using conflict materials.

Aan2007, 13 Sep 2020I would like answers from those 433 people who think there ... moreLol, don't expect me to use a phone with built-in adware even though it can be disabled. You really got to ask yourself why Xiaomi would even have the audacity to do that in the first place! Also, I'd be more than happy to pay a higher price with premium build quality and excellent long term reliability.

The only reason why I might want this Poco or indeed any Xiaomi phones is because of custom ROM development, that's it. MIUI as my everyday driver for Android? Big FU from me!

Scorpio - India, 13 Sep 2020 What is the release date in India and at what price point... moreVery dissapointing. Yeah, not worth it's money.
Because it doesn't have something that is more expensive than the phone itself
The only thing you can get with an amoled at this price point, is a samsung with very poor everything. Software optimization, cpu performance etc

L.O.R.D, 13 Sep 2020Tech Spurt, yes he's a great reviewer, I love watching... moreHow can you not? With his northerner charm, his avoiding of nitpicking on budget phones because he knows nobody carss, and his very much (or you can express it somehow else idk how to tho) nitpicking on flagship phones, because he knows you want the best for that 1200 euros you spend makes him great. And his charm and jokes, oolala.
Techtablets is your average british reviewing company. Objective reviewing, thourough and pretty much all you need to know's.