Realme X7 vs Poco X3: What Should You Pick?

The recently-launched Realme X7 smartphone has put people in two minds. This is one of the really good and cheap 5G smartphones that people wish to buy, but at the same time, they see other smartphones as well at the same range and get confused.

Well, if you too are confused between Realme X7 and Poco X3, here is a small comparison between the two smartphones that would help you get a better picture:

Display:

While Realme X7 has a 6.4-inch display against the 6.7-inch display of Poco X3, both smartphones have a similar display resolution. However, Realme X7 offers you an AMOLED display while Poco X3 has just an IPS LCD display and due to this, the Realme smartphone is much better in this.

Performance:

Realme X7 is powered by the new MediaTek Dimensity 800U octa-core 5G chipset which is clocked at 2.6GHz. This 5G chipset has really good performance. However, Poco X3 is still stuck with an old Snapdragon 732G 4G chipset that is octa-core and clocked at 2.4GHz. At this age, when you can get a 5G smartphone, why go for a 4G one?

RAM and ROM:

While both smartphones can offer you a max of 128GB internal storage, Realme X7 has a max of 8GB RAM while Poco X3 can support only up to 6GB RAM.

Camera:

While Realme X7 has a 64MP triple rear camera and a 16MP front camera, Poco X3 has a 64MP quad-rear camera and a 20MP front camera. So as far as the camera section is concerned, Poco X3 surely has a lead.

Battery:

While Realme X7 has a 4150mAH battery with 50W fast charging support, Poco X3 has an over 5000mAh battery with 33W fast charging support. And since both the smartphones take a lead in one of the specs, I think they are quite comparable in this.

Security Features:

Both smartphones have a powerful face unlock feature but while Realme X7 has an under-display optical fingerprint sensor, Poco X3 has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.

So if you look at the overall features, I think Realme X7 with its 5G MediaTek processor is a much better aspect for the buyers and I think you should go for it.

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