The 6.67-inch AMOLED display on the Xiaomi 13T boasts an astounding resolution of 2712 x 1220 pixels. During testing, the 144 Hz panel received great marks for its remarkable brightness and HDR compatibility, supporting Dolby Vision, HDR10, and HDR10+. With a peak value of more than 1400 cd/m2, the Xiaomi 13T is among the brightest smartphone displays on the market right now.
50 MP triple camera with two-fold optical zoom
Significant improvements have made the smartphone’s triple camera far superior to that of its predecessor, the Xiaomi 12T. It has replaced the less useful 2 MP macro camera with a setup akin to the Xiaomi 13T Pro.
A 50 MP telephoto camera with an amazing 20x digital zoom and a 2x optical zoom (Omnivision OV50D) is a unique feature of the camera setup, which also includes a 12 MP ultra-wide-angle camera (Omnivision OV13b) and an optically stabilized 50 MP main camera (Sony IMX707). Additionally, the Leica <yt-formatted-string force-default-style=”” class=””>Vibrant</yt-formatted-string> and Leica Authentic image modes encourage users to experiment with different creative possibilities.
Effectiveness in the upper middle range
The MediaTek Dimensity 8200-Ultra, a Xiaomi-optimized version of the Dimensity 8200 with enhanced camera ISP, powers the Xiaomi 13T. An image processor called the Imagiq 785 handles the data from the camera.
With the help of 256 GB of UFS 3.1 storage and 8 GB of LPDDR5 RAM, the Xiaomi 13T performs similarly to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 chip, which is also present in the Xiaomi Poco F5. Although it falls short of the Xiaomi 13T Pro’s MediaTek Dimensity 9200+, the Xiaomi 13T is still firmly positioned in the upper mid-range smartphone market.
The 67-watt power adapter that comes with the Xiaomi 13T makes charging easier and can fully charge the device’s 5000 mAh battery in just 41 minutes. With its 120-watt power supply, the Xiaomi 13T Pro can charge even faster—a full charge takes just 20 minutes.