After the base model, it is the turn of the Xiaomi 13T Pro for the portal’s experts to analyze its camera lineup Dexomark. Although it also does not have a quality capable of competing with the best on the market, the device offers noticeable improvements compared to the Xiaomi 13T, despite having the same camera specifications, thus becoming a clear example that the processor has a significant impact on the quality of the camera.
The Xiaomi 13T Pro has good noise control
The Xiaomi 13T Pro features the same set of cameras as the Xiaomi 13T, with a 50MP Sony IMX707 main sensor, with f/1.9 aperture, optical stabilization (OIS) and phase detection autofocus (PDAF); 12MP ultra-wide lens with f/2.2 aperture; And a 50-megapixel telephoto camera with f/1.9 aperture, 2x optical zoom, and PDAF. The difference here goes to the processor, the Dimensity 9200 Plus, a premium chipset from MediaTek for 2023, which is significantly higher than the Dimensity 8200-Ultra adopted in the 13T standard.
This change, linked to improvements made by Leica, the legendary German camera manufacturer, was enough to ensure that the most advanced device significantly increased image quality, thus receiving additional points that strengthen its position in the camera rankings. Dexomark. According to analysts, Xiaomi’s latest flagship phone stands out for its accurate exposure in different lighting conditions and good noise control in photos and videos.
Also a strength is the generally quick and accurate autofocus for videos, preserving details indoors and outdoors. It is clear that the phone is not perfect, and its biggest drawbacks include loss of detail in document images, the presence of artifacts in portrait mode, slightly inaccurate display of skin tones, incorrect representation of colors in night mode, in addition. Such as the presence of movement residue in shots taken while walking.
Xiaomi 13T Pro: the processor makes the difference
According to an evaluation DexomarkThe Xiaomi 13T Pro manages to deliver good image quality, and shows noticeable upgrades compared to the Xiaomi 13T, despite having the same cameras. The improvements will be primarily visible in color rendering, with white balance and skin tones more accurately represented. Given this data, the team concluded that the key was to use the more powerful Dimensity 9200 Plus.
It’s nothing new that more powerful chipsets tend to rely on more advanced image processing architectures, but Xiaomi’s launches make this difference clear, allowing for an accurate comparison precisely because they use the same specifications. The adoption of a premium component also ensures a good step up over the Xiaomi 12T Pro, with a focus on improved noise control.
With a total of 131 points, the model does not come close to more complete competitors, such as the iPhone 15 Pro Max and Huawei P60 Pro, but it still manages to compete by getting close to quite respectable rivals, such as the Galaxy S22 Ultra with Exynos 2200 and the Galaxy S23 Standard. Now available for purchase abroad, the Xiaomi 13T Pro starts at €799 (~ R$4,300) and is not expected to officially arrive in Brazil.
Xiaomi 13T Pro: technical sheet
- Screen: 6.67-inch AMOLED, 1.5K resolution, 2712 x 1220 pixels, 144 Hz refresh rate, maximum brightness 2600 nits, HDR technology with HDR10+, Dolby Vision, and Gorilla Glass 5
- Processor: MediaTek Dimensity 9200 Plus
- RAM: 12GB or 16GB LPDDR5
- Storage: 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB UFS 4.0
- Rear camera: 50 MP (Main, Sony IMX707, f/1.9, 1/1.28″, 1.22 µm pixels, OIS, PDAF) + 12 MP (Ultrawide, 15mm equivalent focal length, aperture /2.2) + 50 MP ( Telephoto (50mm equivalent focal length, f/1.9 aperture, 2x optical zoom, PDAF)
- Front camera: 20 MP (f/2.2)
- Dimensions: 162.2 x 75.7 x 8.5 mm
- Weight: 206 grams
- Battery: 5000 mAh with 120W fast charging
- Extras: 5G, Wi-Fi 7, Bluetooth 5.4, NFC, infrared sensor, under-display fingerprint reader, IP68 certification, stereo sound with Dolby Atmos
- Available colours: black, green and blue
- Operating system: Android 13, with MIUI 14
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