POCO India launched the POCO X3 in the country back in September. Compared to the Global variant POCO X3 NFC, the Indian variant of POCO X3 comes with a couple of changes under-the-hood. Also, all the Xiaomi devices in the European region come pre-loaded with Google Dialer, and Google Messages instead of MIUI Dialer, and Messaging. This is one thing that remained the same on the Indian variant of POCO X3 too. As a result, POCO X3 users in India were unable to record calls on their smartphones. Now, with MIUI 184.108.40.206 update, POCO India is bringing the call recording feature to the POCO X3.
POCO X3 Call Recording Feature arrives with MIUI 220.127.116.11 Update!
The company took it to social handles to announce that the call recording feature is finally available on POCO X3. POCO X3 comes with Google Phone app, but it still has MIUI Recorder app. This might be one of the reasons why the feature took some much time to arrive on devices, but better late than never.
How to record a call on POCO X3?
Users, after updating their devices to MIUI 18.104.22.168, will see an option to record the call in the in-call UI. A call can be recorded simply by tapping the ‘Record’ button in the in-call UI. The recorded calls can be played directly from the Phone app, or users can head over to the File Manager app and look for the CallRecordings folder.
In other POCO related news, POCO Global is gearing up to launch POCO M3 on 24th November. The POCO M3 will likely feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC, and a huge 6,000mAh battery under-the-hood. Though the pricing of the POCO M3 will be revealed on 24th November, it will likely be the most-affordable POCO device released globally. Were you waiting for the call recording feature on the POCO X3? Do you prefer MIUI Dialer over the Google Phone app? Do let us know in the comments below.