Vivo might have been the initially producer to reveal new smart devices with Qualcomm’s most current Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, yet Xiaomi isn’t much behind with the Xiaomi 13 as well as 13Pro Both consist of Qualcomm’s new flagship processor, yet just the 13 Pro obtains leading functions like a huge 1-inch-type video camera sensing unit as well as assistance for 120W wired billing.
Among the much more useful distinctions in between the 2 phones are their video cameras. The Xiaomi 13 Pro includes a total amount of 3 50-megapixel back video cameras. The major video camera usages the very same 1-inch-type Sony IMX989 sensing unit discovered in the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, as well as its signed up with by a 50-megapixel telephoto, as well as a 50-megapixel ultrawide with assistance for macro photos drawn from just 5cm away. Meanwhile, the Xiaomi 13 utilizes a smaller sized 1/1.49- inch 50-megapixel sensing unit for its major video camera, with a 12-megapixel ultrawide as well as 10-megapixel telephoto.
Screens likewise vary. On the Xiaomi 13 Pro there’s a 6.73-inch 1440p screen that contours round the sides of the gadget, while the Xiaomi 13’s is smaller sized at 6.36-inches, level, as well as has a 1080p resolution. Both use refresh prices of up to 120Hz, with up to 1,900 nits of top illumination. The Xiaomi 13 Pro is offered in white, black, light eco-friendly, as well as light blue, while the common 13 likewise provides grey as well as much more vibrant red, yellow, eco-friendly, as well as blue choices, GSMArena notes
Finally, when it comes to power, the 13 Pro has a larger 4,820 mAh battery as well as faster billing rates. Wired billing peak at 120W, cordless billing 50W, as well as there’s likewise sustain for 10W of reverse cordless charging. The common Xiaomi 13, on the other hand, maxes out at 67W for wired billing, though cordless as well as reverse cordless billing rates continue to be the very same.
Both phones include an IP68 score for dirt as well as water resistance (definition they need to endure being completely immersed in superficial water), as well as run Xiaomi’s MIUI 14 software application, which is based upon Android 13.
Both phones have actually just been revealed for the Chinese market in the meantime, where they’ll deliver on December 14th. But based upon Xiaomi’s technique for previous phones like the Xiaomi 12, they’re most likely to be launched globally (though not in the United States) in the coming months. In China the Xiaomi 13 beginnings at ¥ 3,999 (around $573) for its base design with 8GB of RAM as well as 128GB of storage space, while the 13 Pro begins at ¥ 4,999 (around $717).