Xiaomi 13 VS Xiaomi 13 Pro
The Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro bundles are not bad. Along with the devices, you get USB-C cables, a power supply (13 – 67W, 13 Pro – 120W), a case. As for the appearance, the body of the 13 Pro, for some reason, was made glossy, and this is very impractical. The fingerprint scanner in both versions is located under the screen and works quickly.
The sound of the devices are about the same level. The display on the 13 and 13 Pro measures 6.36 and 6.73 inches, respectively, with a refresh rate of 120Hz. There is no difference in terms of displaying the image. In manual mode, the maximum brightness will be higher on Xiaomi 13. Both devices support 50W wireless charging and 10W reverse charging. Moreover, both smartphones have IP68 water protection.
- FPS. At the same time, the devices behave perfectly in games. For 30 minutes at maximum graphics settings in Genshin Impact, there were no draw-downs. Moreover, the FPS was sometimes even higher than 60 fps.
- Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Iron in both cases is the most modern. This is Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Of the minuses of smartphones, according to tests, one can distinguish strong heating to 47 and 49 degrees after 20 minutes of load.
The battery capacity of Xiaomi 13 Pro is 4800 mAh, 13–4500 mAh. In terms of autonomy, there is practically no difference between these smartphones: they can live one working day. Xiaomi 13 fully charges in 41 minutes and 50% in 15 minutes. Xiaomi 13 Pro, when activated, fast charging is 100% charged in 25 minutes, and without this mode – in 30 minutes.
The cameras on the 13 and 13 Pro are almost the same. The 13 version has a 54 MP main lens, a 10 MP telephoto lens and a 12 MP ultra-wide one, while the Pro has a 50.3 MP main camera, a 50 MP telephoto lens and an ultra-wide one.
- In general, the images in both cases are very similar. However, Xiaomi 13 often makes the photos darker, they have fewer shadows and details. That is, the 13 Pro is better both in good lighting and in more complex scenarios. You can see sample photos below. Both smartphones handle video shooting perfectly, including when recording in 4K.