The company switched from a Huawei Mate30 to a Xiaomi 13Pro due to memory problems. I've been struggling with 12s and 13. I went to the store and decided to buy 13. The straight screen is really beautiful. It took me two weeks to tell you what I actually experienced.
Samsung E6 has a 6.73-inch, 2K resolution OLED hyperbolic flexible full-screen design. Supports 120Hz screen refresh rate and peak screen brightness up to 1,900 Nits. This is Xiaomi's top-end flagship phone with the best screen yet. This is the first time that Xiaomi's high-end flagship has matched Apple's screen in terms of transparency.
In terms of camera, the MI 13 Pro features a rear 50MP Leica main lens, 50MP telephoto and 50MP ultra-wide Angle three-lens combination design. I was pleased with the overall camera function, which I couldn't get on any previous phone, Leica alone. The body has three Leica lenses and palette, available in two different styles, "Leica Vivid" and "Leica Classic". You can add your own "Leica Watermark" to the Settings, forcing the bar to rise instantly. Ready with Google Camera, the camera call positive will be better.
Powered by Qualcomm's second-generation Snapdragon 8 mobile platform, it uses LPDDR5X and UFS4.0 technologies. Currently used are very smooth, Snapdragon processor watching TV brush video games will not appear hot, and battery life is also very powerful. The factory version 08 of miui14 amazes me and is very smooth. I haven't seen any lag at present. Except for games and video shooting, there is basically no privacy protection and a high degree of application permission management, which endows users with more rights. Personally, I think it's still pretty good, but the screen is slightly less big (and not too small) for gaming, and it's still not as cool as a big phone. But it's definitely enough.
Personally, I think Mi 13 Pro has more obvious advantages in terms of screen, camera, performance and battery life.