Poco X3 smartphone has 5 camera sensors. Quad camera setup is given in the back of this smartphone. The primary camera of this phone is a 64-megapixel Sony IMX682 sensor.
For better photos, you have to turn on both AI and HDR modes in this phone, but it does not always offer great results. To click a better image from this phone, you have to click a great image in natural light.
There is not much difference between the HDR and non-HDR images clicked from the Poco X3 smartphone. This phone also has Pro Colour Mode which works like the Croma Boost features of Realme. In photos clicked from this phone, you get the same vibrant colours by default. In this case, this feature will only work if you need more colour in the image.
Talking about ported shots, the camera of Poco X3 smartphone works well both in human and non-human subjects. In these images you also get natural and depth of field. Along with this, you can also adjust background blur and beauty mode in this photo. With this, studio lighting can also be added before clicking the image.
You get this option in the gallery, which is quite fantastic. There is a smartphone with edge detection and better delights in the 20 thousand rupees segment. The camera of this smartphone captures great details, colour tones and sharpness.
Talking about the wide-angle camera sensor of this phone, it clicks the average image, but in closeup shots, the details are more and natural colours are found. Along with this, the clone feature given in this phone is also quite good. It is quite fun. This feature creates a virtual clone of photos.
Talking about night shots in Poco X3 smartphone, it is average. Along with this, Night Mode also works much better. Talking about the video, the Poco X2 smartphone records crisp video with a 1080p stabilized stabilizer and vibrant colours. With this, you get better stabilized shots in Steady Video mode. Overall, the camera setup of the Poco X3 smartphone will not disappoint you.