Xiaomi has a Sunday through Power point At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) telecoms fair in Barcelona, he presented the European Xiaomi 13 smartphones announce. Xiaomi 13, 13 Pro and 13 Lite will be available in the Netherlands from March 13th.
The Xiaomi 13 has a 6.36-inch 1080p screen, while the 13 Pro has a 6.73-inch 1440p screen. The screens offer a 120Hz refresh rate for smooth scrolling. Both devices are powered by the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. The Xiaomi 13 has a flat screen with thin bezels and the 13 Pro has slightly curved edges on the sides.
Cooperation with Leica
For cameras, Xiaomi is partnering with German camera manufacturer Leica. The Xiaomi 13 Pro has a large 1-inch camera sensor with 50MP. The ultra-wide lens and the 3x telephoto lens also have 50MP. Xiaomi 13 also has a 50MP camera. The ultra wide angle lens is 12MP, the telephoto lens is 3.2x with a resolution of 10MP.
Both models have a 32MP selfie camera. Leica’s own settings are available in the Camera app, so the colors mimic the German camera brand’s “aesthetics.” The Xiaomi 13 Pro has a 4820mAh battery, which can be charged at 120W. As a result, the depleted battery is fully charged again within 19 minutes.
Xiaomi promises three years of Android upgrades and five years of security updates. The Xiaomi 13 with 128GB storage and 8GB RAM costs €999, while the 13 Pro with 256GB storage and 12GB RAM costs €1,299.
Xiaomi 13 Lite
In addition, there is the cheaper Xiaomi 13 Lite with a different look. For example, the selfie camera is not in a hole at the top of the display, as is the case with the Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro, but in a bean-shaped recess. But Xiaomi did not add any other functions, as Apple did with the Dynamic Island of the iPhone 14.
The Xiaomi 13 Lite has a 6.55-inch AMOLED FHD+ display and a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chipset. The device has a 50MP main camera, an 8MP wide-angle camera, a 2MP macro lens, and a 32MP selfie camera.
The Lite is 7.2mm thick and has a 4,500mAh battery that can be charged at 67W. The Xiaomi 13 Lite with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage costs €499.
Xiaomi also releases Watch S1 Pro. This smart watch looks like a classic watch and has a 1.47 inch round AMOLED screen. The smartwatch does not work with Google Wear OS but with Real Time OS. As a result, users cannot install apps from the Google Play Store.
The smartwatch includes a heart rate monitor and can track sleep behavior. According to Xiaomi, 14 days of battery life and 10 minutes of charging are enough to use the smartwatch for up to two days. Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro costs 300 euros.
The Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro earplugs are now also appearing in Europe. The earphones feature an in-ear design and active noise reduction up to 48dB. Xiaomi earbuds support Sony LDAC codec, Hi-Res audio playback, and spatial audio.
They can also stay connected to two devices using multiple points and switch between them seamlessly. The earplugs have a battery life of 9 hours and up to 38 hours with the wireless charging case. The price of Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro is 250 euros.
Xiaomi is also launching a new electric scooter. Electric Scooter 4 Ultra can reach 25 km/h and has dual suspension and 10 inch tires. Range is 70km and e-step supports 120km max. The Electric Scooter 4 Ultra costs €1,099 in the Netherlands.
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