The POCO X2 was released last year, but it has consistent growing demand even today. When compared against the specs and price of the recently launched similar phones, it wasn't possible to find any shortcomings in the device. The one thing that really stood out was its rear camera which allows users to shoot some really decent photos at a maximum resolution of 64 megapixels.
However, recently multiple users have not been able to do that. The app tends to freeze pretty often or displays a black screen altogether. Some users also reported the ‘can't connect to camera' error message that appears when opening up the camera app. Trying to access the macro or the ultra-wide camera feature was also inaccessible. These issues were later on acknowledged and marked as software-related by the phone manufacturers.
In a press release statement shared on Twitter, the company said that almost 0.2% people have reported the camera issues. Nevertheless, they apologize to those affected. They also shared a picture of a step-by-step solution to this problem. So, here is how you can work around.
Clean Camera app data - to do this, Open Settings > Search Manage apps > Search Camera > Clear Data > Clear all data
Reboot the phone
Check if the camera is working
If the solution doesn't work for you, the company wants you to report it on the services and feedback app, and upload the device logs under the camera section. The services and feedback app is amongst the pre-installed apps and located in the app drawer. The user can also visit the nearest service center with the feedback generated ID to get the issue fixed by the engineers and support at the center.
Poco M3 Pro 5G smartphone was launched in Europe a few weeks ago and it was one of the cheapest 5G smartphones launched so far. The phone features a 6.50-inch massive touchscreen with a resolution of 1080x2400 pixels.
The announcement was made by the official POCO India Twitter account today and it stated that the device will be announced on June 8 in India. The device will be available online by Flipkart on the same day.
The phone is powered by a 5G network configuration and runs on an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 700 processor. The phone has integrated 4G of RAM and has 64GB internal storage. The phone is powered by a large 5,000mAh non-removable battery that is good enough to keep the phone functional all day long with a single charge. The phone uses proprietary fast charging as well.
Poco M3 Pro 5G runs on the latest stable version of the Android operating system - Android 11 with MIUI 12 is based on Android 11. The Poco M3 Pro 5G is a dual-SIM smartphone that accepts Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM cards. Connectivity options on the Poco M3 Pro 5G include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth v5.10, NFC, and USB Type-C. Sensors on the phone include an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and fingerprint sensor. The Poco M3 Pro 5G supports face unlock.
For the camera, it uses triple-camera systems on the rear side with a 48 MP primary camera, 2 MP macro, and a 2 MP depth camera. The phone features dual-led dual tone flash, HDR, and panorama features as well. You can shoot up to 4k videos at 30 fps and HD video at 30, 60, and 120 fps. The selfie camera uses an 8 MP wide camera sensor with Panorama features. You can shoot HD video at 30fps with a selfie camera. The phone also features Fingerprint (side-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass sensors. In India, it will be priced at around 16,600 INR.
For reasons unknown, we're actually living during a time where our smartphones scarcely last recent day. Certainly, there are a few phones that do pack gigantic batteries, yet those are uncommon and aren't found in leads. The following best thing is make quick charging arrangements that would juice be able to up a phone in a short measure of time.
Xiaomi figures they may have the response to that as they have flaunted their shiny new "HyperCharge" framework. This new quick charging framework, as indicated by Xiaomi, will permit a 4,000mAh battery to juice up in full in a bursting quick 8 minutes. Correct, that is around a couple of YouTube recordings worth and you're all set!
Xiaomi's answer for juice up the phone quickly depends on 200W of wired force, yet it can likewise be utilized remotely at 120W however you'd need to stand by 15 minutes, which we figure is more than sensible.
It ought to be noticed that while it sounds great, there are some conspicuous compromises to quick charging innovation. In case you're the sort that charges their phone a couple of times for the duration of the day, you may consume your phone's battery cycles quicker, which could diminish its effectiveness speedier, however in case you're the sort that changes their phone each 1-2 years, we guess this shouldn't actually be an issue.
We have no clue about when Xiaomi will acquaint this innovation with its phones, yet it seems like something worth watching out for.
As large numbers of you know, the US government's relationship with China isn't so hot. This has brought about a few accelerations in pressures, as in business where the US government put Huawei on its Entity List, adequately keeping them from working with US organizations and organizations that utilization US innovation.
It appears to be that Xiaomi has barely stayed away from a comparable destiny in light of the fact that the US government has since taken out them from its blocklist and furthermore its assignment as a Communist Chinese Military Company. This is no uncertainty an enormous triumph for Xiaomi who is perceived as the world's third biggest smartphone creator, so being on the blocklist would adversely affect them.
That being said, it ought to be noticed that Huawei and Xiaomi's positions are somewhat not the same as one another. Huawei is on both the Entity List by the Department of Commerce and the Communist Chinese Military Companies list by the Department of Defense. This is versus Xiaomi which was uniquely on the Communist Chinese Military Companies, however who's to say it wouldn't have at last raised to the Entity List also.
Huawei used to rule as the world's biggest smartphone producer yet they have since lost their crown. They are chipping away at their new phones that will deliver with HarmonyOS that will challenge Google's Android, yet the truth will surface eventually on the off chance that they will actually want to have an effect.
Numerous years prior, Google and Motorola endeavored to dispatch the measured smartphone idea with Project Ara, however we as a whole ability that ended up. Phone producers have since proceeded onward from that idea, however not Xiaomi. As per a patent found by LetsGoDigital, they have uncovered what gives off an impression of being Xiaomi's advantage in particular phones.
As indicated by the patent, Xiaomi imagines its measured phone to come in three sections - a top module that will house the back cameras, the circuit board, the RAM, and capacity; the center module will play home to the battery; the base module will be the place where the USB port and speakers are.
This implies that as far as seclusion, clients will actually want to trade around things like battery size. Or on the other hand they could likewise trade out the speaker part to something better, or they could likewise trade around the camera module and switch between different focal point types and mixes.
We need to say that it is a lovely wild idea and one that we don't know whether Xiaomi will at any point make a reality. There have been some genuine modular-ish phones from Motorola and the Moto Mods, and we should not fail to remember the LG G5 which was LG's effort to make a to some degree measured phone. None of these have been runaway triumphs, indeed the LG G5 was said to have cost LG rather truly.