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Xiaomi 13 Ultra has been unveiled at DxOMark

Xiaomi 13 Ultra has been unveiled at DxOMark

The super phone with four 50MP rear cameras didn’t even make it into the top ten.

We don’t always agree with French DxOMark’s judgment of camera phones, and sometimes, by odd metrics, Sony Xperias do really well. But DxOMark has been steadfast in its own values ​​in recent years, and it tells us that Chinese brands have taken the lead, on the one hand by providing a lot of sensors, on the other hand by providing a lot of options. In the post, Huawei P60 Pro currently leads the list (156 points), ahead of Oppo Find X6 Pro (153), Honor Magic5 Pro and Find X6 (150) and Mate 50 Pro (149), which is the first non-Chinese. Phone And in the top ten list, the Google Pixel 7 Pro (147) comes in at the sixth position. The iPhone 14 Pro Max gets only the 8th place (146 points), and the Galaxy S23 Ultra is the 14th (140).

Xiaomi 13 Ultra [+]

This result and joint arrangement was what was obtained from the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, although it should have been more with the four 50 MP rear cameras, which also offer two zoom units, as well as the 3D ToF assistant on the massive dial. Additionally, the main unit uses a 1-inch-type sensor with a variable aperture between f/1.9 and f/4. In fact, 140 points isn’t bad, and DxOMark praised consistently natural image quality across all zoom ranges, good afternoon photos for the details and exposure including live shots in the case of a moving subject.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra Leica Special Edition
Xiaomi 13 Ultra Leica Special Edition [+]

However, when recording footage, according to them, there is a lack of consistency, background blurring isn’t always the real thing, or exposure and skin tones are not accurate enough in backlighting during video recording. We’ll also try the camera phone because we mostly trust our judgment of value, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max ranks higher there.

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