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Officially announcing the distinctive Xiaomi 13 Ultra phone

Xiaomi 13 Ultra

Xiaomi 13 Ultra

The Chinese company “Xiaomi” officially launched its distinctive and elegant phone (Xiaomi 13 Ultra), the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, with a number of new imaging innovations.

Unlike its predecessor (Xiaomi 12S Ultra), the Xiaomi 12S Ultra will be launched (Xiaomi 13 Ultra) in global markets.

And in cooperation with the leading brand in the field of imaging (Leica), Leica, (Xiaomi 13 Ultra) comes with four rear cameras placed under a unified glass dome that Xiaomi calls: Vario-Summicron 1:1.8-3.0/12-120 ASPH lenses.

The primary camera contains a 50-megapixel Sony IMX989 sensor, in addition to a 23mm optically stabilized lens with a two-step aperture of f/1.9 that allows for a minimum depth of field, ideal for image blur and bokeh, and f-size /4.0 for clearer images. The sensor combines 4 pixels of 1.6 μm into a single pixel, resulting in 12.5-megapixel images with a pixel size of 3.2 μm.

The other three cameras use a new 50-megapixel Sony IMX868 sensor, measuring 1/2.51 inch.

The second sensor comes with a 75 mm lens, f/1.8 aperture, optical image stabilization, and a 3.2x zoom rate. The second comes with a 120 mm lens and a 5x zoom rate and f/3.0 aperture. Designed for ultra-wide and close-up photography at a distance of 5 cm.

And by using the sensor zoom technology, the (Xiaomi 13 Ultra) phone can offer the so-called 2 x 46 mm and 10 x 240 mm mode.

The front camera features a 32-megapixel f/2.0 aperture lens with fixed focus, and it also combines 4 pixels into one for a final 8-megapixel shot.

In addition to the powerful camera hardware that (Xiaomi 13 Ultra) features, Xiaomi has cooperated with (Leica) to bring a number of exciting features to the phone. Similar to other Xiaomi cameras bearing the (Leica) brand, there are two camera color modes: Leica Vibrant and Leica Authentic.

There's also a new 50MP UltraRAW mode for the main camera, which delivers 14-bit DNG files with built-in multi-frame sharpening, noise reduction, and dynamic range adjustment. Adobe will provide a custom camera profile for the Lightroom photo service.

Like its predecessor, (Xiaomi 13 Pro) comes with a camera-inspired design with a circular camera unit that resembles a lens, in addition to a metal frame and leather-covered black and green models.

Xiaomi says that the silicone skin on the back of the phone is antibacterial, and is able to reach a bacterial inhibition rate of 99 percent. The upper part of the back of the phone is slightly raised to highlight the camera unit.

On the front, (Xiaomi 13 Pro) presents a 6.73-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 3,200 x 1,440 pixels, with a frequency rate of 120 Hz. Xiaomi says the screen offers an average brightness of 2,600 lumens.

The phone uses the latest chip from Qualcomm (Snapdragon 8 generation 2) Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, with random access memory type (LPDDR5X) LPDDR5X of 12 GB or 16 GB, in addition to internal storage memory of type (U). FS 4.0) UFS 4.0 with a capacity of 256 GB, 512 GB, or 1 TB.

The phone chip is cooled using Loo LiquidCool technology developed by Xiaomi itself, which uses aerospace industry-level ring cooling, as well as a vapor chamber.

(Xiaomi 13 Pro) contains a 5,000 mAh battery with support for 90-watt wired charging and 50-watt wireless charging. The dedicated (Xiaomi Surge P2) and (Xiaomi Surge G1) Xiaomi Surge G1 chips will monitor battery life and charging.

The (Xiaomi 13 Ultra) phone will be available in black, green, olive, and white, and the start will be from China as of April 21, at a price equivalent to $ 870 for the 12 GB / 256 GB option, and at a price equivalent to $ 945 for the 16 GB / option. 512 GB, at a price equivalent to $ 1,060 for the 16 GB / 1 TB option.

Xiaomi says that the phone will be launched in many global markets in the coming months. 
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