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Xiaomi 13T Pro: a confirmed entry into the market

Xiaomi 13T Pro: a confirmed entry into the market

The new Xiaomi model satisfies all levels.

the Xiaomi The T-Series advances every year offering the core features of its flagships at a reduced price and discounted features. However, this change does not drop the phone into a much lower category and gives users the ability to obtain it more easily.

The first and most important change one sees is the plastic frame, but also the WQHD a screen Resolution 2712 x 1220 pixels with AMOLED screen painting. The refresh rate ranges from 60, 90, 120 and 144 Hz, depending on the application you have open and your needs. If you wish, you can actually “lock” the 144Hz option for your entire ergonomics.

For the first time we also have its cameras in the series Leica! These are located at the back in a special protrusion that gives an impressive appearance to the upper back. The main camera uses a Sony IMX707 sensor and offers mechanical stabilization and Dual Pixel autofocus, but also different modes that focus on separate details, depending on the character everyone wants to give their shots. The second ultra-resolution camera is 12-megapixel, while the third camera offers 2x optical zoom and a 50-megapixel sensor.

At the “heart” of the phone there is one Dimensions 9200+ By Mediatek, it moves up from the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and Mali G715 gaming GPU. Finally, the phone has received IP68 certification for water connectivity, which also marks the first time in the series.

the battery The phone has a capacity of 5000 mAh and with the management it does it can easily get through a day of “heavy” use. As is logical and Xiaomi is also used to us, it supports 120W fast charging, with the charger also included in the purchase box. The Xiaomi 13T Pro is one of the most complete smartphones in the series, and for the money it asks for it it performs great.

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