Specs Comparison: Poco X3 vs Realme X7!

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Realme and Xiaomi have been competing with each other for a long time now. The recently launched mid-range devices from Realme, i.e., the Realme X7, comes with decent specifications. We thought to compare the device with the mid-range device from Poco, i.e., the Poco X3. Both devices almost come with similar specifications and are available to purchase in the market for a similar price tag. That said, both these devices are available for a price tag of Rs 20,000. So, let us start the comparison by looking into the similarities between the Poco X3 vs Realme X7.

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When it comes to displaying, both vary in the display tech, display size, refresh rate, touch sampling rate, and in every aspect. That said, they don’t share any similarities between them. Also, when it comes to the processor, Poco X3 gets a Snapdragon SoC, While Realme X7 gets a MediaTek Dimensity SoC. However, both use the exact RAM and storage type, i.e., LPDDR4X and UFS 2.1 tech. Both devices are also available in a similar storage variant. And yes, both devices run on Android 10 out of the box.

Talking about optics, both get a similar rear camera setup with a primary 64MP sensor. However, Poco gets a better sensor, i.e., a Sony sensor, compared to the Samsung sensor on Realme. Further, both get a different size ultra-wide-angle sensor. And both get the same 2MP macro sensor. Upfront, the selfie cameras of both these device sits inside the punch hole. Poco gets a massive 6000 mAh battery with support for 33W fast charging tech when it comes to batteries. While Realme gets a smaller 4310 mAh battery with support for a quicker 50W fast charging tech. So now, let us look into the apparent differences between both the devices.

Differences between Poco X3 and Realme X7

Basis of DifferencePoco X3Realme X7
Display6.67 inches FHD+ IPS LCD Display
395 PPI
120Hz refresh rate 240Hz touch sampling rate
HDR 10
6.4 inches FHD+ Super AMOLED screen
180Hz Touch Sampling Rate
409 PPI
Contrast ratio 1,000,000: 1
600 nits
ProcessorQualcomm
Snapdragon 732G
Adreno 618 GPU

Android 10
MIUI 12
Dimensity 800U Processor
Mali-G57 GPU

Android 10
Realme UI
Variants6GB+64GB
6GB+128GB
8GB+128GB

RAM - LPDDR4x
Storage - UFS 2.1
6GB+128GB
8GB+128GB

RAM - LPDDR4x
Storage - UFS 2.1
CamerasQuad-rear cameras

64MP Sony IMX 682 sensor
13MP ultra-wide angle sensor
2MP macro sensor
2MP depth sensor

Front Camera

20MP sensor
Triple rear cameras
64MP Primary Camera with f/1.8 aperture, 6P lens, PDAF
8MP Ultra Wide-angle Lens with f/2.3 aperture, FOV 119°, 5P lens
2MP Macro Lens with f/2.4 aperture, 4cm shooting distance

Front Camera

16MP In-display Selfie Sony IMX471 Sensor with f/2.5 aperture, 5P lens
Battery6000mAh
33W Fast Charge
4310 mAh battery
50W SuperDart Charge
Biometric optionsSide mounted fingerprint sensor
Face unlock
In-display fingerprint sensor
Face unlock
Dimensions and Weight163.3 x 76.8 x 10.08mm

Weight: 225g
160.9 x 74.4 x 8.1mm

Weight: 176g
Color optionsTwo Shades of Black
Out of the Blue
Space Silver
Nebula
SensorsProximity sensor
Gyroscope
Accelerometer
Electronic compass
Hall sensor
Ambient light sensor
GPS / AGPS / GLONASS / BEIDOU
Light sensor
Proximity sensor
Magnetic induction sensor
Acceleration sensor
Gyro-meter sensor
GPS / GLONASS / BEIDOU / GALILEO / QZSS

So that was the difference between both these devices. However, the main advantage of the Realme X7 is that it supports 5G. However, it is the Poco that gets a faster refresh rate display which is better for gamers. When it comes to cameras, both devices perform more or less similarly. So, if you want to choose either of these devices, ultimately, your preference depends on choosing. We hope our comparison of Poco X3 vs Realme X7 have guided you in choosing the best smartphone. 

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Basith is a CA student who is also a tech evangelist and an auto lover who works with and talks about latest news in tech and auto industry. Apart from this, Basith is a traveller, foodie and a movie buff.

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