With a screen brightness of 2600 nits, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra has surpassed the OPPO Find X6 Pro, which garnered headlines a few months ago with a screen brightness of 2500 nits. The Xiaomi 13 Ultra has raised the bar.
13 Ultra display from Xiaomi
The new display for the Xiaomi 13 Ultra will feature a brightness of 2600 nits and a resolution of 1440 x 3200. The iPhone 14 Pro is 2000 nits bright, whereas the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is 1750 nits bright.
Xiaomi has confirmed that, unlike other Xiaomi phones in the Ultra series, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra won’t include a Samsung panel. Instead, a Huaxing display is included with the phone. Samsung’s OLED display was one of the hallmarks of its predecessor, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra. The display will utilize LTPO technology, which means that its refresh rate is changeable. POCO F5 and POCO F5 Pro real-world photos have been released.
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Xiaomi also revealed fresh images showing off the Xiaomi 13 Ultra’s design. The camera region of the Xiaomi 13 Ultra features a little bulge, and the phone will be available in both white and green hues. Sony IMX 989, a 1-inch sensor, will be used for the main camera, while Sony IMX 858, a 1/2.51 sensor, will be used for the telephoto, periscope telephoto, and ultra-wide angle lenses.
Tomorrow is the day when Xiaomi will hold its launch event for the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, during which it will also introduce a number of new goods. The Xiaomi Smart Band 8 and Xiaomi Pad 6 are other devices that will be presented at the launch event. Download and upgrade the April Update for Xiaomi Game Turbo 5.0 right away!
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