Poco X6 Pro and Poco X6 Review

The Poco X6 Pro is a smartphone recently launched by Poco, a sub-brand of Xiaomi. It appears to be a feature-packed device with a focus on performance, display quality, and camera capabilities.

Poco X6 Pro and Poco X6 Review

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The Poco X6 Pro is available in three color options: Spectre Black, Racing Grey, and Poco Yellow. The yellow variant features a premium vegan leather rear panel, while the other two have glossy plastic back panels.

The device has a solid build quality with a compact design, rounded edges, and a dual-tone design on the back.


The phone has a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2712 x 1220 pixels, a 120Hz refresh rate, and support for Dolby Vision.

The display offers vibrant colors, deep blacks, and outstanding contrast. It reaches up to 1,800 nits of peak brightness in HDR content and has slim bezels.


Powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 8300 Ultra chipset, the Poco X6 Pro stands out as the first smartphone in India to feature this flagship-grade processor.

The device performs well in synthetic benchmarks, outperforming its rivals in AnTuTu and GeekBench.
It excels in real-world gaming tests, handling titles like Call of Duty: Mobile, Pokemon Unite, and BGMI.
The phone features Xiaomi’s new HyperOS based on Android 14.

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The camera setup includes a 64MP main camera with OIS, an 8MP ultrawide module, and a 2MP macro lens. The camera supports 2x in-sensor zoom.

The phone introduces improvements in low-light photography, but there are some issues with portrait mode in low-light conditions. The device supports 4K video recording at 30fps.


The Poco X6 Pro is with a 5,000 mAh battery and supports 67W fast charging. In a 4K video loop test, the device lasted for over 14 hours from a full battery to empty. It takes around 49 minutes to fully charge from empty to full using the 67W charger.


The phone runs Xiaomi HyperOS based on Android 14. Poco guarantees three Android updates and four years of security patches for both X6 models. While the software is fluid and feature-rich, there are concerns about bloatware.

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International pricing starts at $299 and goes up to $369 for the same storage configurations. The Poco X6 Pro is priced starting at INR 26,999 for the 8/256GB version and goes up to INR 28,999 for the 12/512GB model.

The Poco X6 Pro has been praised for its value proposition in the price segment. Features flagship-grade performance with the MediaTek Dimensity 8300 Ultra processor.

Comes with a vibrant AMOLED display, rapid 67W charging, and a 64MP OIS-enabled camera. The device has a solid build quality with options for a vegan leather rear panel.

The software experience is based on Xiaomi HyperOS and Android 14, with a commitment to extended OS updates and security patches.

Some drawbacks mentioned include the accumulation of fingerprints on non-leather variants, the presence of bloatware, and occasional issues with portrait photography in low light.

Overall, the Poco X6 Pro is considered a strong contender in its price range, offering a balance of performance, features, and affordability.

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