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Xiaomi 13 new phones with 50 MP camera

Yesterday, Xiaomi announced its latest flagship smartphone from Xiaomi 13 series, Xiaomi 13, which includes two phones that are distinguished by the fact that they both contain the latest and most powerful processors from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 8 Gen, made according to the 4-nanometer manufacturing process from TSMC.

Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro phones feature a significant upgrade in camera specifications, in addition to a new design. The company launched the two phones initially in China, and they are expected to be launched in the global markets soon.

Xiaomi 13 Pro

The new phone offers a 6.73-inch LTPO screen, with a frequency of 120 Hz, and a resolution of 3200 x 1440 pixels. It supports picture technologies: HDR10+, Dolby Vision, HLG, and 1920Hz DC. The screen also contains an ambient color temperature sensor that allows it to adjust the color temperature as needed.

Xiaomi 13 Pro differs from its predecessor in that it offers a higher level of brightness of 1,200 lumens, and the level can rise to 1,900 lumens when playing HDR video.

The phone offers 8GB or 12GB LPDDR5X random access memory, and UFS 4.0 internal storage with a capacity of between 128GB and 512GB.

Xiaomi 13 Pro

Similar to the Xiaomi 12S Ultra phone, Xiaomi 12S Ultra offers three rear cameras, each with a resolution of 50 megapixels, but the main one comes with a 1-inch Sony IMX989 sensor with Leica lenses, an f/1.9 lens, and a hybrid optical image stabilizer. Hyper OIS.

The second camera dedicated to shooting depth comes with a 50-megapixel camera with a 3x zoom rate, a Leica Floating Lens, and an f / 2.0 lens. This camera has the ability to focus from a distance of only 10 cm. As for the third camera, it is 50 megapixels with an f / 2.2 lens slot.

The phone contains a 4,820 mAh battery with the Surge G1 chip from Xiaomi, which allows for ultra-fast charging technology of 120 watts wired and 50 watts wirelessly. The phone also supports 10W wireless reverse charging.

Other features include Dolby Atmos stereo speakers with Dolby’s new head tracking feature. The phone supports water and dust resistance according to the IP68 standard, which is a new addition to the leading Xiaomi phones.

The ceramic phone comes in four colors: white, black, and green, in addition to a fourth color, light blue, made of leather.

Xiaomi 13

The phone offers a 6.36-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels at a frequency of 120 Hz, and it supports image technologies supported by Xiaomi 13 Pro.

The rear cameras of the phone come with Leica lenses as well, with a resolution of 50 megapixels and an f / 1.8 main lens slot that also supports Hyper OIS, and with a resolution of 10 megapixels per second that supports 3x zoom, and the third, dedicated to ultra-wide photography, comes with a resolution of 12 megapixels with a lens slot. f/2.2.

Xiaomi offers 13 batteries with a capacity of 4,500 mAh with support for fast charging technology a capacity of 67 watts wired, and a capacity of 50 watts wirelessly. In addition to supporting 10W wireless reverse charging technology.

Similar to the Xiaomi 13 Pro, the phone offers Dolby Atmos stereo speakers with the new Dolby head tracking feature. The phone supports water and dust resistance according to the IP68 standard.

The back of the phone is made of glass and comes in black, green, blue, gray, and white. There are other colors: red, yellow, green, and blue, in addition to the blue version with a leather back.

It is reported that Xiaomi has opened the door to order the two phones in China, and shipping will start on December 14. Xiaomi 13 will be available at a price equivalent to $ 575 for the 8 GB / 128 GB option and at a price equivalent to $ 720 for the 12 GB / 512 GB option.

As for the Xiaomi 13 Pro, it will be sold at a price equivalent to $ 720 for the 8 GB / 128 GB option, and at a price equivalent to $ 900 for the 12 GB / 512 GB option.

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