He xiaomi 13 Ultra It has been officially presented in China as the new high-end model of the well-known brand, which is very popular in Spain. If in the previous generation we saw a great prominence of the rear camera, this time we find ourselves with more of the same thanks, once again, to Leica.
Since the rear camera is the great attraction of the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, we start with said front. Here we find a smarpthone that includes a quadruple configuration in which the main one implements a Sony IMX989 sensor one-inch size, support for 50-megapixel resolution, and a Variable aperture that allows you to switch between f/1.9 and f/4.0 to get the best shot from different perspectives.
The remaining three chambers are one 12mm wide angle, f/1.8 aperture and 122 degree field of view; a 120mm periscope, f/3.0 aperture and optical image stabilization (OIS); plus a 75mm 3.2x zoom camera with f/1.8 aperture and optical image stabilization for sharp portraits with more bokeh. These three cameras rely on the 50-megapixel, 1/2.5-inch Sony IMX858 sensor, which is intended to offer the same noise reduction, all-pixel sharpening, and DOL-HDR performance as the camera. major.
How could it be otherwise, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra implements the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, Qualcomm’s current top-of-the-line SoC, which comes bundled with up to 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM and up to 1TB of data storage via UFS 4.0. Another interesting feature is the support of USB 3.2 to transfer data up to 5 gigabits per second, which is an improvement of 10 times that offered by the Xiaomi 12S Ultra. The battery, 5,000mAhit has been complemented with a 90-watt wired charger and 50-watt wireless charging support, while the front selfie camera is 32-megapixel.
The screen of the Xiaomi 13 Ultra has a size of 6.73 inches, it is of the AMOLED typewith a new LTPO panel supplied by CSOT, a subsidiary of TCL, and supports a native resolution of 3,200 × 1,440 pixels. The manufacturer has said that the device benefits from a new C7 luminous material with a more accurate 12-bit color depth, a maximum brightness of 2,600 nits or up to 1,300 nits in high brightness mode, better viewing angles, lower consumption power and Dolby Vision support.
Continuing with more features, the new top-of-the-range smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer has a hibernation mode that allows battery autonomy to be extended by up to an hour or with twelve minutes of calls when it is at 1%, something that it has managed to implement with the P2 and G1 coprocessors. It has an IP68 certificate for resistance to dust and water and the metal body consists of a second-generation nanotechnological material with antibacterial properties and resistance to ultraviolet rays.
The Xiaomi 13 Pro has a new internal looped cooling chamber that uses multiple fluid channels to dissipate heat three times faster than a conventional design, or at least that is what the manufacturer has exposed. This feature can come in handy to keep temperatures at bay in contexts such as 4K video recording.
Another thing present is a double-wing cellular antenna module, which should offer a 58% increase in signal reception in all bands and whose symmetrical design should reduce levels of interference caused by hands. On the other hand, there is a dedicated 5G antenna that supposedly increases the signal of the n78 band by 100%.
The Xiaomi 13 Ultra can already be reserved in China. The base configuration, with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of data storage, costs 5,999 yuan, which in exchange comes to about 795.30 euros. On the other hand, the variant with 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage it is priced at 7,299 yuan, 967.64 euros to change approximately. It is important to bear in mind that the amounts in euros will almost certainly rise if they are officially marketed in the Eurozone, an economic space to which Spain belongs. At the moment there is no record of an international launch that everyone assumes will take place in the future.
A curious detail is that, for a price of 799 yuan (106 euros), it is possible to purchase the “Xiaomi 13 Ultra Professional Photography Kit”, which includes a camera grip accessory with a physical shutter button, a special case for the smartphones and that allows you to connect the 67-millimeter filter ring included in the adapter together with a lens cap.