Poco launched two major devices at its 22 March 2021 event: the Poco X3 Pro and the Poco F3. Don’t let the ‘X’ and ‘F’ slip past your eyes, though, as these are two different devices – it’s not just a case of ‘Pro’ and not.
Indeed, the X3 Pro is actually a little lighter on specification compared to the F3, despite the latter not needing to adorn itself with a ‘Pro’ appendage. Here’s how the flagships differ and which might suit you best.
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