Available in three colors – Frost Blue, Metal Bronze and Phantom Black – the Poco X3 Pro comes with 128GB or 256GB of storage, with the two models priced at £ 179 and £ 199 respectively.
We think the 128 GB version offers a lot of storage for all users, but if you are worried about Google no longer offering unlimited free photo storage and taking a lot of snaps you may want to opt for the top model.
You have to be a Prime Day member to profit from the deal, but a The free 30-day trial is available. This is available once every 12 months, so don’t worry if you’ve had it in the past.
Little X3 Pro: Our Verdict
The Poco X3 Pro is a phone designed for Android gamers or for powerful users on a budget, although it could also appeal to those who want to go big on the specifications so they can test their phone.
If pure performance is not your priority, then you can find phones that are thinner and lighter, with better camera performance, for about the same price.
What you won’t find is a phone that can match this pound for pound now. It’s an almost insignificant processing power in one of the cheapest phones on the market, and it’s almost ridiculous that Xiaomi has pulled it off.