[Video] Poco X3 – The Shady Truth.

Review of the POCO X3 NFC Smartphone, including specs, features, camera test, battery test, and…

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43 Comments on “[Video] Poco X3 – The Shady Truth.”

  1. I should clarify that, you CAN disable ads in the settings of the phone – The point I was trying to make is that, I didn't like fact that they're there in the first place.
    What's YOUR opinion on ads baked into the phone? Does it bother you, or, do you not care at all?

  2. You can't get everything in this world. If you dare to taste ads and some spyware, know to handle it, take it. If you can't, find another brands who doesn't implant the adware and spyware.
    That's just how Chinese marketing works. Deceiving public, then rake the coin rain.
    To be truth, the market target for this phone is developed country. If Xiaomi decide to not sell it in EU, many people get mads. But when they sell it, people complain for the ads, when they already know that's how Xiaomi works.
    It basically similar to junk food. People always complain why so much additives in there, despite the taste is so yummy. But there you go, people still buy it.

  3. Nowadays I always say the same to whoever ask me about m Xiaomi. Hardware great, quality pretty nice, price depends of the model but in Redmi and POCO are really good, software?

    Well, if it's a person that won't use it's phone at 100% I'll just told him that MIUI has ads, it's a bit disobedient when you ask to NOT FUCKING close that app running on the background and also it has some privacy issues.

    But if the person is like me oh boy. Just a plain MIUI sucks. That's it, MIUI sucks not in a style way but in a technical way. Tons of bloatware (much more that One UI, LG UX or even ColorOS [tried them all on first hand]), the RAM management it's very aggressive and also the kernel in some versions it's just plain stupid with CPU/GPU handling thermal throttling and power consumption.

    But if you like MIUI and/or you are happy with it I'm glad that your experience was better than mine xD

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