Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro Camera Specifications
Although the Xiaomi 13 Series, originally scheduled for release on De December 1st, has been delayed, but there are still a lot of various recent revelations, especially after the previous hands-on video leak.
The official design of the new machine has also been revealed previously, where Xiaomi 13 is a straight-edge straight-screen solution, while Xiaomi 13 Pro is dual-curved.
Because of the straight screen + straight edge design, many users previously worried about actual hands-on experience. It was found that the Xiaomi 13 straight edge and straight screen solution has a higher face value.
And with the new square rear camera module, the whole design language is also more agreeable, and the face value is even higher than Xiaomi 12. In addition camera modules upgrade are also notable.
The source who revealed Xiaomi 13 camera specifications said that it has a triple AI camera system of 54MP primary shooter (1/1.49 IMX800) + 12MP ultra-wide angle (OV13B) and 10MP telephoto (S5K3K1, 3.2x, 1/3.9″), where the main camera and telephoto camera supports OIS.
As for the Xiaomi 13 Pro camera specifications, he said that it packs three 50-megapixel cameras on the rear. Among them, Sony IMX989 (OIS) is the primary shooter with a 1-inch sensor size, the same as Xiaomi 12S Ultra.
In addition, the Xiaomi 13 Pro is equipped with a 50-megapixel ISOCELL JN1 (1/2.76″, OIS) Leica floating telephoto lens this time, supporting 3.2x optical zoom. Officially, this will be the best secondary camera on the Xiaomi digital series, and it will also be the secondary camera with a super high usage rate. There is also an ultra-wide-angle Samsung ISOCELL JN1.
Besides the camera system, the source also shared Xiaomi 13 Series’ battery capacity and charging solution. According to the report, the standard version packs a 4500mAh battery and offers 67W wired charging, while the Pro version packs a 4820mAh battery and offers 120W wired fast charging.
What is common in Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro is the use of Surge G1 charging chipset and 50W wireless charging support.