While it won’t be available in the United States for some time, the Xiaomi 13 series has just been unveiled as one of the first handsets to feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. The Xiaomi 13 series is made up of two models: the Xiaomi 13 and the Xiaomi 13 Pro.
The entry-level model is a flagship in its own right, with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, new Leica cameras, and other features. It also includes side rails that are clearly influenced by the iPhone, with a flat, polished edge surrounding the entire device.
However, what makes up the total package is significantly more interesting. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor powering the Xiaomi 13 is combined with up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, but it starts at 8GB/128 GB. It then has a 6.36-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with 120Hz.
It also features an improved OLED display with a peak brightness of 1,900 nits. There’s a 4,500 mAh battery, 67W cable charging, and 50W wireless charging, as well as an IR blaster as a fun addition. There is also IP68 water resistance and Dolby Atmos and Dolby Head Tracking compatibility.
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The Xiaomi 13 has a 50MP primary camera with two secondary sensors. The first is a 10MP camera with a 3x optical zoom telephoto lens. The other camera is a 12MP ultrawide-angle lens. All three sensors use Leica lenses. The Xiaomi 13 is available in black, white, light green, and light blue colors, as well as a few vivid limited edition colors in red, yellow, green, gray, and blue.
Meanwhile, the Xiaomi 13 Pro is the true flagship of the firm. It has a 6.73-inch QHD+ 120Hz LTPO AMOLED display with a peak brightness of 1,900 nits, similar to the previous model. The battery has a capacity of 4,820 mAh and supports rapid charging up to 120W as well as wireless charging at 50W.
Under the hood, of course, is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 with UFS 4.0 storage and LPDDRX5 RAM. RAM capacities range from 8GB to 12GB with storage capacities ranging from 32GB to 512GB, however, the base model remains at 8GB/128 GB. The Xiaomi 13 Pro comes with three 50MP cameras. The primary sensor is a 1-inch Sony IMX989 sensor. It debuted on the Xiaomi 12S last year, but this time with a Leica lens on top.
The Xiaomi 13 Pro features a distinct design from the standard phone. It has a compact frame that merges with the phone’s curved sides. The back is also available in ceramic and leather versions, with four color options including white, black, green, and light blue, with the leather option being the most expensive. There’s also IP68 water resistance, an IR blaster, Dolby Atmos, and Head Tracking, as with the lower-end model.
Xiaomi Corporation is a Chinese consumer electronics and software, home appliances, and household item creator and manufacturer. It is the world’s second-largest manufacturer of smartphones, after only Samsung. The majority of these are running the MIUI operating system.
Lei developed both Kingsoft and Joyo.com, which he sold to Amazon in 2004 for $75 million. Xiaomi launched its debut smartphone in August 2011. By 2014, it held the greatest market share of smartphones sold in China. The company initially solely offered its products online, but it eventually developed physical storefronts. It had developed a wide range of consumer gadgets by 2015.
The business expects to sell 146.3 million handsets in 2020. Its MIUI operating system has more than 500 million monthly active users. It is also a prominent manufacturer of goods such as televisions, flashlights, unmanned aerial vehicles, and air purifiers. It uses these in conjunction with its Internet of Things and Xiaomi Smart Home product ecosystems.
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