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SMARTPHONE and REVIEWS, POCO F3 2021

SMARTPHONE and REVIEWS, POCO F3 2021-This is it after two reviews for the past few months and finally ready to give my final and long-term verdict on the Poco F3, and spoiler alert. I think every is clearly the found to be. If you're looking for the best bang for the buck phone in 2021 and leading to 2022. It's definitely worth its asking price tag, especially now that it has been on the market for almost six months. Well, it's price lonely, but surely getting lower and lower.

That said, here's our Poco F3, its ground after using it for an extended period. If you've been here from the beginning, I started reviewing the Poco F3 with a white model that I really love during that time in the middle of my testing, I switch to the blue model which was released at a later date. At first, I said, I prefer the white model over this special design mainly because I was in a fan of the patterns, the back, but over time, my preference went from it's okay to. I really like

Yes, that design has grown on me, having tested newer devices in the market. I just can't get enough of the uniqueness. This design is Place. Speaking of this place, this 6.67 inch display has also grown on me. My biggest issues with the screen of the a see where it's wide footprint in okay, outdoor brightness, but after using the Poco X3 GT and even the really G. T5 G, I started appreciating big displays now. It's actually making me think whether I still prefer relatively small displays over large ones, simply because of the immersion of big and wide screens is just better. I'll be at the expense of Han gymnastics. Palm rejection also seems better. Now. I'm getting fewer and fewer random Taps from the edges of the screen, even the overall brightness capability of this almond screen. I now appreciate more than ever. After testing these new devices so far. Nodding has matched the after you display quality, when it comes to immersion in,

POCO F3 REVIEW
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- now I've seen a lot of your comments regarding screen, dimming and flickery. Luckily, after two units of Poco F3. I have not encountered critical issues regarding the screen. The only thing that I notice is that it is played dibs to 70 percent when the games and playing are causing too much heat as for flickering. I just couldn't replicate a problem on my device. So overall the display of the Poco F3 is solid at this price range, but for the cameras, I didn't notice any significant. Movement since my last review, but at the same time, I haven't seen any phone yet that can match the overall performance of the Forty eight megapixel sensor of the Poco F3, at least within the premises and the device has ever tested. There's one quick though, that seems consistent Poco F3 whatever. Using the built-in camera of any social apps. The back camera of the Poco F3 processes, the photo into very mass. Now. I know that address has bad support when it comes to this kind of thing. But when I does that other phones and even the selfie

Well, Poco F3, I didn't have the same problem that said, I'd recommend using the native camera app or any third-party camera app to fully take advantage of the cameras capabilities when it comes to call, Quality have had comments from the other end of the line saying that they were having trouble, hearing me and coincidentally. I also observed that the on-call loud. As if the stereo speakers was a bit lacking for my taste. I mean, it's not week by any means, but I think you just need to be mindful of the app in noise. - initiating video calls the 4500 milliampere battery. On the other hand continues to surprise me. I haven't been playing games that much in my phone, but that always media frea solid day in half bone with heavy audio streaming in a 24-hour cycle considering that this has a 120 or display in a snap dragon eats. Any chip. The Poco F3 is an endurance monster for a powerpack device.

POCO F3 REVIEW
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Now let's talk software throughout my reviews, the main stand up, whenever I mention software is the optimization of DUI. Since my last review. I'm still on the Mets, security patch. And I've yet to receive any new major software updates. I initially planned to make this last review after the twelve point five point three enhanced Edition comes out, but after seeing bugs, like random reboots, I decided to stick with the older and more stable software and just release a different video regarding the enhanced Edition.

 Especially that I have yet to receive the update by OT. A so. Subscribe to get notified when that video comes out my main issue with the software of the Poco F3 is that it tends to be sorry or jittery in general performance. So things as simple as going home or transition animations, we why on this phone will show small stutters, and slight delays in recognizing my actions. Most of you probably don't mind these mortgages, but for people like me, who always notice this kind of behavior, it gets annoying over time. I compared the F 3, and the X 3 GT, that has a Last powerful Dementia t11, or a chip with that phone performed way. Fluidly the day after three. I was expecting that kind of fluidity from the Poco F3, and I'm hoping that the enhanced Edition would fix that. But forty twelve point five point two version. Nothing has changed much, but I will say that the starters in delays, in less prominent when using regular wallpapers, I was using super wallpapers for the better part of my testing simply because it's an awesome feature for me why that feature does take at all maybe a resource wise.

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Notifications, however, have turned worse. I just started receiving late notifications again, even with battery restrictions thread off its really annoying currents and I wish cow me and Jess is this big time in the near future. So, if you're watching this, show me, which are probably not, please fix your notifications, even at the expense of the battery. Speaking of battery. I think the FDA has a safety feature when it comes to overheating while charging. This happened to me twice or in the battery stops and stays charging at 93%, this happened with My Poco M3 profile cheaper for same battery percentage. So I guess it's a precaution to prevent the phone from overheating when charging at fast speeds, but for the proximity sensor, I've seen a lot of comments regarding this and not only with ef tree, but the with other xiaomi phones as well. In fact, xiaomi officially acknowledged this issue and will be working on a fix. But, in my case, I haven't encountered, any problems relating to the proximity sensor. So there you go.

POCO F3 REVIEW
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To conclude how go after he has held up its ground as the best overall phone for the body. It has everything you can wish for in a flagship phone that delivers all the pillars of a great smartphone. Though. We may never see the light of the so called Boco, have three Pro which could carry the Snapdragon. 888 chipset, top end devices with such Chip have been reporting overheating and battery draining problems due to the sheer power it provides. So for the Poco F3 is a highly recommended phone that can probably last.

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