DXO has released the image score of the Mi 13 Pro last night, which gives it 136 points, placing it 16th globally.
DXO later released its screen score, which, coincidentally, also scored 136, putting it in 17th place globally, just one point higher than the Huawei P50 Pro and below the standard iPhone 13.
In its overall review, DXO said the Mi 13 Pro screen had a good overall user experience and excelled in color fidelity. The device has good contrast and color management, especially when watching HDR10 video content. The Mi 13 Pro has no screen flicker, and the screen brightness can be adjusted quickly in low light conditions for a more comfortable user experience.
They see three weaknesses:
1. Poor legibility in sunlight;
2. The default brightness of HDR10 video is low;
3. There will be frame mismatch when watching videos.
Lei has previously said that the Mi 13 Pro has the most high-end and most expensive screen in the current Android flagship.
The 6.73-inch screen is powered by Samsung's E6 luminescent material, which greatly improves luminescence efficiency. The peak brightness of the screen is up to 1900nit, which makes the screen clearly visible even in sunlight.
In addition, the screen of Mi 13 Pro supports LTPO high brush, allowing users to adjust themselves, and you can choose the refresh rate of each App within the Settings, bringing the most smooth user experience.
At the same time, it also supports 1920Hz PWM high frequency dimming. On the one hand, this high frequency PWM dimming scheme can effectively reduce the impact of screen flicker on human eyes, on the other hand, it also solves the problem of DC dimming low brightness display effect, which can be said to be the solution of the current OLED screen eye protection effect and display effect.
In other aspects, the Mi 13 Pro screen also supports 1.07 billion color 10bit color depth, professional HDR display, ambient color temperature sensing, full-link P3 wide color gamut display, and more.
Finally, it should be noted that DXO used the Mi 13 Pro Standard Edition instead of the wrong picture on its official account.
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