First Xiaomi device with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
6.36″, 1080 x 2400 pixels, OLED, 120 Hz
Qualcomm SM8550 Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 (4 nm)
152.8 • 71.5 • 8.0 mm or 8.1 mm
Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
4500 mAh, Li-Po
50MP, f/1.8, 4320p
Android 13, MIUI 14
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There are 8 comments on this product.
I found this great all around phone with flagship performance which this phone is. I love the compact design of it. Materials are top notch!
Android 13 MIUI güncelleme istiyorum
How much thread strength does the xiaomi 13 have?
This out price is the price when it comes to Portugal?
Is it going to be cheaper?
iIs it going to be more expensive?
Almost all Xiaomi devices have become lower or mid-range! Although, realistically, they can\'t do better, no matter how hard they try and insert the best processors, but that\'s not it anymore. They experienced the peak with the MI 11 series, unrepeatable, and now they have to pack and repackage the same thing in countless different MI, Redmi and Poco devices. It would be best if they didn\'t release flagship or Ultra models, even though so far few have been able to buy them outside of China. Weak Android support and the more than ridiculous MIUI, developed by independent, third parties, which seems to have been made for child\'s play and with hardware they want to copy Apple, Huawei, and Samsung\'s screen, does not deserve praise. The top of the range MI 13 with a 6.3\' screen, average resolution, cameras that will be installed in the next series of low-cost phones, which is their usual practice, and a battery that on paper has 4500 ma, but in reality cannot withstand a full day of use, says that have become clueless or don\'t have the potential they thought they had!? Fortunately and unfortunately, I bought and used two, perhaps the best of their devices ever, MI 10 T pro and MI 11 special edition, so the drop in quality is clear to me. Weak and slow Android updates and all the shortcomings of MIUI, which constantly causes various problems, cannot classify Xiaomi in the premium class. As for me, I support what they are doing and they should stick to the market of phones in the price range of 200-500 euros, because they neither know nor can do better, despite the cooperation with Qualcomm and Leica!
Who made the under display fingerprint sensor?
This phone was enough for daily usage
Great phone for the price