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The Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro may set a new standard for Android phones

One of the contenders for the title of best Android phone has just debuted, but it’s unlikely for US phone buyers to get their hands on it. Still, the Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro introduce new features that other he Android smartphone makers can adopt, so while they won’t reach those shores, they’re worth keeping an eye on. As reported by our friends at Tech Radar, the Xiaomi 13 models have officially launched in China.

The Xiaomi 13 Pro starts at CNY4,999 ($715/£585/AU$1,060) for a phone with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. There is also a 12GB/512GB version. Another call may come. The rumored Xiaomi 13 Ultra (opens in new tab) was clearly missing from Xiaomi’s launch announcement and could feature a massive quad lens setup for the rear camera. So photographers have to wait and see when, or when, they will come.

With a global launch scheduled for 2013. Even if Xiaomi phones don’t reach the US, it could mean that both the Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro will be released in Europe. The Xiaomi 13 starts at CNY3,999 for the 8GB RAM/128GB storage model. Approximately $575 / £465 / AU$845 based on current exchange rates. There is also his 12GB/512GB model for 4,999 CNY ($715/£585/AU$1,060).

Even if you don’t live in a country where you’ll see Xiaomi 13 models, these new devices are worth keeping an eye on. That’s because these are the first phones to run on his new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which is expected to be in many of the major Android devices in 2023. I had the chance to run the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 benchmark using a reference device provided by Qualcomm and was impressed with the results.

We won’t know how Xiaomi’s latest phones will perform until we do our own testing, but the latest leaked scores for the Xiaomi 13 are 1,477 and 5,178 respectively, and this matches what we’ve seen in the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 test. The same leaked figures show that the Xiaomi 13 Pro is slightly better in single-core performance and slightly worse in multi-core performance, scoring scores of 1,494 and 5,087 respectively.

Our 2nd generation powered device scored 1,500 points in single-core performance and multi-core performance It scored 5,249 points on , defeating not only Snapdragon 8 Gen 1-based devices, but also the iPhone 14 and its A15 Bionic processor. (The iPhone 14 Pro model works well due to his more powerful A16 chipset.

If those numbers hold up, it’s promising for other Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 devices, which could include the latest Samsung Galaxy S23 models, including the Galaxy S23 Ultra. It will be release.

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