POCO X3 GT – Battery test

We booked a day of testing (6:45h total duration) to check the actual battery capacity of the LITTLE X3 GT, separating the results into several steps. Some basic settings are standardized in all tests to have a better measurement of the result, namely: screen brightness from 250 to 300 lumens, automatic refresh rate and vibration at the lowest possible intensity.

The test uses manual actions to change applications at each new step, in addition to taking advantage of Robotnik, a robotic arm built by the Oficina da Net programming team to assist in steps that require screen scrolling or other actions for long periods of time .

  • Processor: MediaTek MT6891Z Dimensity 1100 5G (6 nm)
  • CPU: Octa-core (4×2.6 GHz Cortex-A78 e 4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55)
  • Operational system: MIUI 12.5 POCO and Android 11
  • RAM memory: 8 GB
  • Internal Storage: 256 GB, UFS 3.1 e 128 GB
  • Screen – Type: IPS
  • Screen – Size: 6.6
  • Screen – Resolution: 2400 x 1080
  • Fabric – Density: 399 ppi
  • Screen – Protection: Gorilla Glass Victus
  • Fabric – Extras: 450 nits, 120Hz e HDR10
  • Main camera: PDAF e 64 MP, f/1.8, 26mm (wide)
  • 2nd camera: 8 MP, f/2.2, (ultrawide)
  • 3rd camera: 2 MP, f/2.4, (macro)
  • Frontal camera: 16 MP, f / 2.5
  • Drums: 5000 mAh
  • Loader: 67W
  • Xiaomi Poco X3 GT – Complete data sheet

POCO X3 GT battery test

how long the cell phone can keep the screen on in our test circuit, how long does it take to charge the battery using the original product charger and cables? All these questions are now answered.

Test 1: Navigation in Chrome

The test consists of automatic navigation through our website through a specific url for the activity. They are controlled pages, which automatically scroll after a period of time, simulating the use of a person.

The POCO X3 GT had a drainage of 11% at the end of this stage, being 550mAh of the device’s total 5000mAh.

Test 2: Use of Social Media – Instagram

The test consists of automatic navigation through Instagram Reels through a robot arm that scrolls through videos every 15 seconds. The robot, kindly dubbed Robotnik, was developed here at the Net Workshop, exclusively to assist in battery testing.

The POCO X3 GT had a 10% drain at the end of this stage, being 500mAh out of the device’s total 5000mAh.

Test 3: Camera Usage

The test consists of recording a one-hour video in FULL HD 30 FPS, not 16: 9 format.

The POCO X3 GT had a drain of 24% at the end of this stage, being 1200mAh of the device’s total 5000mAh.

Test 4: watch Youtube

The test consists of reproducing a personalized playlist from Oficina Da Net channel in the best possible quality (1080p 60fps) and in full screen.

The POCO X3 GT had a drainage of 22% at the end of this stage, being 1100mAh of the device’s total 5000mAh.

Teste 5: Games – Stack Ball

The test consists of running the game on the home screen, with the vibration turned on and without making any moves.

The POCO X3 GT didn’t make it until the end of this stage, lasting only 1:35h out of the total 2:00h of the test. The device has fully consumed the remaining 33% charge that was there when the game was opened.

Test 6: AnTuTu Benchmark stress

The test consists of running the stress test of the AnTuTu Benchmark application.

The POCO X3 GT had no charge until this part of the test, as it was unloaded at the gaming stage.

Teste 7: Stand By

The test consists of resting the device for 15 hours with the screen off.

The POCO X3 GT had no charge until this part of the test, as it was unloaded at the gaming stage.

reload speed

The POCO X3 GT handset, using its own charger, took 1:00h to go from 0% to 100%.

Final verdict

The POCO X3 GT cell phone, with a 5000mAh battery, consumed 100% of the total charge before finalizing the test.

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