A Deep Dive into the Xiaomi 13T Pro: Specs, Performance, and Design

The Xiaomi 13T Pro is a less expensive version of Xiaomi’s top flagships, but still offers a full suite of premium features. The main focus is on the cameras, developed in partnership with Leica. The pro model comes with a top-tier chipset, 120 W charging, 8K video capture, and Wi-Fi i7 connectivity. The phone has a 6.67-inch OLED display with 1220p resolution, Gorilla Glass 5 protection, and a 144 HZ refresh rate at 446 PPI. The display is sharp, with 12-bit color depth and support for HDR 10 plus video and Dolby Vision. The phone has a high refresh rate of 144 HZ, which is only used within certain apps or games on the home screen. The phone has a pair of stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support, and it can come with 256 or 512 gigs or a terabyte of storage. The interface is the global version of Mi14 on Android 13 and promises four years of major Android updates and 5 years of security patches. The phone has a 5,000 mAh battery with an endurance rating of 102 hours in proprietary tests. Charging speed is exceptional thanks to the bundled 120 W galvanized nitride charger. The cameras have a 50 map main camera, a 50 map 2*telephoto Cam, and a 12 map Ultra wide camera.

The Xiaomi 13T Pro offers excellent processing and natural-looking foliage with sharpness, no visible noise, and plenty of contrast. The camera’s default photos are rich in detail, with no noise, great color saturation, and wide dynamic range. The main camera’s default photos are excellent in low light, with low noise, accurate colors, and wide dynamic range. The main camera also has automatic night mode processing for nighttime scenes, which rarely kicks in.

The main camera’s video quality is good, with rich detail, low noise, and lively colors. The two-times telephoto camera captures 12.5 megapixel photos with saturated colors, high contrast, and good dynamic range. Portrait photos are taken with a telephoto cam by default, and the zoom zoomed photos are just as great as the main cameras.

The ultrawide camera saves 12 megapixel photos with low noise, likeable colors, and good dynamic range. The auto night mode engages the results, and the 4K videos from the ultra wide camera are good. However, selfies from the 20 megap front-facing camera have poor performance compared to other cameras.

In summary, the Xiaomi 13T Pro offers excellent camera performance, with top-tier chipset, premium OLED display, Dolby Atmos speakers, and fast charging.

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