The POCO M3 display - as I mentioned - has a size of 6.53 inches, a resolution of 2340x1080 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19.5: 9. This screen is not the most outstanding I have seen, but again - when referring to the price of the phone, they find it very good. In this price segment, there are still displays with a lower resolution and a wider frame. The one in POCO M3 surpasses many competitors and offers a good picture.
It is true that the weather has not been good recently, so I did not manage to try the screen on a super sunny day - but it looks great in normal lighting, in artificial light or at night it will also work great. Of course, you can complain about average readability angles or grayish, not deep blacks - but still, it is one of the better screens you can have on a phone for 180 euro.
The manufacturer did not forget about the option of eye protection, the possibility of adjusting the intensity of colours and the dark interface. We have it all in POCO M3, which additionally boasts a TUV certificate for eye protection. The display works correctly with polarized glasses - which is not always obvious in the case of LCD matrices. The touch panel works properly and the GG3 glass provides a good resistance to damage.
POCO M3 shows that an inexpensive smartphone can have an excellent fingerprint reader. Not only has it been placed in a handy place (in the power button), it also works perfectly. Certainty of reading and speed of operation are on the level of much more expensive models.
True, the reader is not as effective as the sub-screen - but in this case it's not about gadgets, but about action. It’s wonderful. I will assess the facial recognition system in a similar way. Although it is based only on the image from the front webcam - it also works well. However, I would like to remind you that this option does not provide as reliable access protection as a fingerprint.