poco x3 nfc or huawei nova 5t???
Transferring , 24 Jan 2021As a person who never left oneui am asking...
Can i handle the miui? Im gonna change my samsu... moreI used apple samsung and xiaomi before , i would say apple is a class of its own , at least during my iphone 7
Samsung was good too during my galaxy s7 & s8
I used xiaomi the most , 15 units , 12 models. Yes i bought 2 units each for mi 4 , redmi note 8 and mi 8
I would say in order to use a smart phone you yourself have to be smart too. Once you are well versed in it then you might be able the problem you face. But of course it's all about experience which you cannot gain by just listening to others
Anonymous, 25 Jan 2021You guys must know buying cheap Chinese phone under random "poco" brand means only o... moreOf course , i would say when buying phones or other things luck must be on your side , regardless of price.
aa, 22 Jan 2021poco x3 nfc is not for heavy game, if you want a good one buy asus rog phone 3 or blackshark, ... moreVery few people can get the very best for themselves, this thing is ok enough for gaming, come on.
Anonymous, 25 Jan 2021You guys must know buying cheap Chinese phone under random "poco" brand means only o... moreif what youre saying was true xiaomi wouldnt become one of the best phone company in only ten years
You guys must know buying cheap Chinese phone under random "poco" brand means only one thing. The cheap becomes expensive. You actually pay triple the amount in terms of buggy software, slow, lag or unresponsive. Ofcourse add to that cheap quality build. And on top full of bloatware tracking you and selling and sending your info to 3rd party companies. Not only that but your phone might start randomly doing things like restarting, switching on off, draining battery no reason, using cpu to mine, etc etc etc...
I have bought a poco X3 and within one month and no updates, it's switched off or restarting randomly. I didn't use any Airtel or Uber apps. This device run on MIUI 12.0.7 . Can anyone help me fixing the problem?? & Pls report that very serious issue to Xiaomi.
Arlen, 24 Jan 2021Disappointed. Xiaomi skimped out on quality control, and now after just 2 months of use, I not... moreAgain, go service center to fix the problem.
This doesn't only happen on Xiaomi smartphone, it can happen on any brand, any model.
Hi every one..i have few things to share.. i am using poco x3 nfc f room past 7 days almost. Suddenly IAM facing the problem with my 3.5mm jack.. any handfree you put in to it it only give you sound in the right port not in left one ..but when you call or receive the call than both works properly ..please guide what to do i am getting annoyed of this product.ANY SOLUTION OF THIS ...is this a software glitch or something.
lol, majority? did you create a survey here to create that conclusion? might as well write that 'majority' of people don't need 3.5mm jack & phone charger anyway.
mash, 18 Jan 2021now i use 12.0.4 version.. should i update to global 12.0.7 (333mb)? what the difference? anyone?Do not update lots of bugs.
Transferring , 24 Jan 2021As a person who never left oneui am asking... Can i handle the miui? Im gonna change my samsu... moreIt's trash, miui is trash. I went from emui, and though ok they are both heavy skins on top of Android and I will handle myself. Yeah sure bought poco x3 3 months ago and selling in rn because miui is trash, so many bugs and annoying things that drove me crazy in everyday use that I had to just give up and buy new phone. The phone itself is good hardware for money, but software is shit.
al, 21 Jan 2021I went through the same thing. try to do this, move the sim card from sim1 to sim2, this metho... moreHey, alright i'll do that if the issue comes next time. However with a reboot the issue solved for me and hasn't happened after that..wbu?
Disappointed. Xiaomi skimped out on quality control, and now after just 2 months of use, I noticed visible dust getting into camera lens even though it has a IP53 rating. Not worth it if you in for products with quality. Black spots seen all over the camera...