The POCO X3 NFC it is still one of Xiaomi’s best-selling smartphones. Its great quality / price ratio makes it not only the most recommended, but also one of the ones that has generated the largest community in recent years.
And it is not for less, the POCO X3 NFC reached the market getting us to forget about the Redmi Note Series. Recall that in its debut, the terminal of little was much higher than the Redmi Note 9 and Note 9 Pro.
Personally, the POCO X3 NFC continues to be one of my personal smartphones, not only for everything it offers me, but also in order to help and contribute through its great community. Without going any further, then I will give you three tips or tricks that I currently have configured in my POCO to save battery.
How to save battery life on the POCO X3 NFC
The first tip or trick is set your display to 90Hz. In this way we will save an extra battery by not applying its 120Hz and we will not give up having a high refresh rate. To do this, since MIUI does not allow it, we will have to download SetEdit from Google Play and make the following settings:
- Adjust the Hz of your POCO X3 NFC to 120Hz. For this we will have to go to Settings> Display> Refresh rate.
- After that, we will enter the SetEdit app and search for the registry user_refresh_rate
- Then we will click on the record and edit it using the option «EDIT VALUE«.
- We will exchange its value for 90, clicked later on «SAVE CHANGES«.
- Finally we will close the SetEdit application so that the changes are saved correctly.
Another setting that I carry in my POCO X3 NFC and that helps me save battery is based on reduce the time the screen stays on. To do this, we will only have to carry out the following steps:
- Go to Settings> Lock screen> Sleep
- Once inside we will establish the smallest value according to our needs, in my case 15 seconds.
Finally, I have also adjusted the applications that start automatically on the POCO X3 NFC. In this way, whenever you restart it, it will only load the essential apps, thus reducing energy consumption:
- Go to Settings> Applications> Permissions> Automatic start
- Once inside, we will deactivate all those applications that we do not want to start automatically
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