Xiaomi 13 Ultra GLOBAL Version 2023

 The global launch of Xiaomi 13 Ultra is, of course, among the massive events of 2023. Is it the best smartphone out there? Let's respect you might have seen it already. Xiaomi 13 Ultra, something that got released in China a couple of weeks ago but now making its way to the global market, is the second Xiaomi Ultra, which is released globally after the Me 11 Ultra, and you can see some similarities, especially about the size of the camera compartment. 

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Xiaomi 13 Ultra GLOBAL Version 

Xiaomi 13 Ultra GLOBAL Version

By the way, nice to meet you. My name is MD IBRAHIM. The website inspects a lot of cool and exciting Tech, and after the global debut, I've Xiaomi 13 Ultra. Some more facts remain uncovered after seeing the first initial coverage of the Chinese Edition. So in this post, we want to address all of that talk about the battery life, the real-life experience, whether the camera is as good as Xiaomi promised, and everything meaningful and essential you need to know about this Flagship.

I can think of only two other Smartphones at Xiaomi 13 Ultra that would be challenging. Samsung's Galaxy S23 Ultra and iPhone 14 Pro Max cost a similar price, so the Chinese giant may have this unique opportunity to deliver more and charge less or about the same to beat them. The cost of the Global edition is as expected, not at all that tempting.

Regarding unboxing, the final is a change compared to the predecessor generations. The Box looks like most other Xiaomi Mate phones, and that's okay. Seeing bulkiness means that the likelihood is a power adapter is included. The final is a different type of case, but zero creativity about the design, and I can't say that the material is anything close to impressive. Still, having some protection is better than none.

Here's the phone. It looks small, like a camera, unlike a smartphone, and Xiaomi underlines this fact even further. With the extra camera kit accessory announced for some of the region's Splendid design, everything shines, and it's easy to call its Ultra Premium. 

The back is made of texturized plastic meant to feel like leather, and it's a successful implementation. It looks nice, doesn't break, and provides a good grip. The back has very unusual curves. It's not entirely flat, as you can see. The camera compartment is enormous and circular, where you can see the four cameras. Note that this big bump around the camera will make using the phone with some smartphone gimbals challenging since we'll also drill down to most of the essential details. Let's quickly get the specs out of our way.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra Global Release Date

Xiaomi 13 ultra global release date European markets on June 12. It has been verified by Xiaomi's official channels in Germany, France, Spain, and Italy that the flagship will debut on June 12.

The phone is, of course, powered by the most capable system on a chip. This ear for the Android space has this insanely massive amount of ram. The latest trends in terms of storage. All the popular connectivity standards are supported. Has the famous one-inch Sony Image sensor for the primary camera and perfect Hardware for the rest of the cameras. This 90-watt quick charging technology, a big battery, and some modularity enable you to turn this phone into something like a crazy good camera. Wait is more than usual, though. 

The last time I reviewed a Xiaomi Ultra smartphone, some people already noticed how I held it for the camera bump, and the 11 Ultra feels better in hand to be held for the spot as opposed to the 13 Ultra. But if you're looking for a camera-like grid, there is such an accessory. It's just that it costs 200 more bucks, and I need to have it around to show you. But overall, in terms of Hardware, this is supposed to be the finest of 2023.

With two minor remarks: the first fact is that the camera here on the front records up to 1080p 60 frames per second Which is less than the Galaxy S73 Ultra, and also, the Samsung phone has slightly higher frequency out of the system on a chip, but the rest display camera compartment, charging speeds, overall performance, Etc. It's either up to par or better with the Xiaomi 13 Ultra. Now in this video, I want to dive deeper and explore each one of those components to figure out whether marketing has been trying to mask some imperfections or is that good.

Let's take a look at the display features This time. Xiaomi and Tcl create this panel. It is called the C7 and differs from the popular Samsung-made Flagship A6 and features the Xiaomi 13 Pro. The battle there is quite Fierce, with the Tcl-made screen promising higher Peak brightness, better viewing angles, and more optimal power consumption. 

While I find the colours and everything about the display great, I wonder if the initial software tuning lets it reveal its full potential. I still prefer the Galaxy S23 colour tuning and feel more comfortable using Outdoors in direct sunlight. The 13 Ultra has stunning colours and a few modes that you can choose from, so you can adapt it to the colour science you prefer since the display is very fresh on the market.

 Over time Xiaomi will most likely enhance the experience because, when making the video, some sources share alarming results, especially about power consumption. But besides that, you're going to find a lot more positives. Therefore, the playback of videos feels like superb gameplay as well. 

Weirdly, with the initial Global software version, the refresh rate is locked at 60 Hertz. I hope this is going up to 120 hertz for some games by the time you watch this review. [Music] Now the cameras. I'll keep it simple here and clarify by saying that, from a 0.5 up to a 9 or 10 times Zoom, this is the most capable Hardware ever integrated into a smartphone. And yes, it is superior to the Hardware used with the Galaxy S23 Ultra. And using this camera with the smartphone app is a pleasure, at least most times.

Let me start with the good. Taking photos is a pleasure. The Leica colour science lets you choose between vibrant, which is what most of you will prefer because besides being more energetic, it has more eye-pleasing exposure and contrast and authentic, which is more natural. You have four cameras; the Ultra White marked this 0.5 Zoom, and the primary camera has the same image sensor as the Xiaomi 13 Pro. Still, here it arrives with a variable aperture, and there are two Zoom cameras, the 3.2 times zoom in the five times Zoom.

Interestingly, the Ultra Wide and Telephoto cameras are all using a new Sony Image Sensor that promises some groundbreaking features, making it one of the best for low-light photography. Without any doubt, it takes the night shots to the ultimate Heights. The sensor is 50 megapixels and supports a new generation of ultra-low power camera modes. It makes the sensor perform well while saving battery life. Additionally, Xiaomi is pairing these sensors with fast aperture Optics, and the results are better than expected. In terms of video, this phone goes even further. Finally, Xiaomi is adding 24 frames per second recording.

The shape of the camera compartment on the rear is not randomly chosen. An accessory converts it into a pocket camera where you can screw Nd filters. Or, if you want to go cheap like me, get a 67 millimetre Nd filter, use a hot glue gun and Achieve the same effect. The Nd filter option will undoubtedly attract professionals, and you could produce professional-grade content, especially with video. Stellar stabilization, great colours, fast autofocus, there's even a log mode, and the ability to follow the 180-degree shutter roll, which for the first time with the phone is easy to follow.

The not-so-good part about the camera experience is that the software of The Miui camera app has been updated, and the new interface is excellent. But here we talk about two features that I find very irritating. The first would be automatically switching between the cameras if you try to get closer to an object. And sometimes, it drives me nuts. And this is why I often use the pro mode because you can lock the camera to use one of the particular sensors [Music] with only a zoomed portrait mode.

 They use a telephoto camera in combination with the primary camera to produce natural but okay. And while it's admirable, I miss the option to make portrait shots simple, like those captured with a Galaxy or a pixel phone where the blur is based on a software algorithm. While some of the portrait shots look stunning, if the subjects you film move, they might turn out blurry. The photo editor app is also something Xiaomi could enhance further. Yes, it's rocking some fantastic features like the AI object removal that Samsung have recently stepped up their game, so Xiaomi will try to match that too.

The front camera is the big question mark. The video resolution remains cropped at 1080p. If primarily the camera is used for photos, then the 32-megabyte capacity with Hdr looks fine. If video is a priority, you can't shoot in 4k.

Bottom line Line: Except for the selfie camera. In terms of row performance, Xiaomi 13 Ultra camera is spectacular. There are some things to improve on the software side, and it will undoubtedly get a lot better over time because most more complex pieces are pretty new, and Xiaomi will have the chance to extract more with the proper updates going further. And there are, of course, other reasons to like the new 13 Ultra. The battery is ample and fully recharged within just 35 minutes. 

Wireless charging is also present. A fun fact: the reverse wireless charging on this phone is quicker than The maximum wireless charging capacity on the Google Pixel 7A. Chinese brands are in their own League without battery management and charging, but the software lets the phone consume more than usual in the long run. Despite the widely advertised search code processor for power management, Xiaomi 13 Ultra has given me rather average results with less screen, on time and standby time than the latest Galaxy phones provide. It is better than the Pixels, though.

An incredible feature is the auto power emergency mode. When the charge is down to one per cent, the phone automatically switches to emergency power-saving mode, and it's a feature that most smartphone makers should start adopting here.

I don't want to bother you with too many artificial benchmarks. Consistency is the key. Xiaomi has it with the 13 Ultra. As expected, it utilizes the best processor in Gpu in the Android space. For 2023, It will handle any task, and you will be pleased with the results. Plus, the phone would feel okay if you wonder about the quality of the speakers. Let's test with this sample [Music]. Thank you for your connectivity! The global version of the phone has a single Sim slot and an easy Sim slot, and the Chinese Edition relies on a dual SIM tray. 

Some bands used by the telecoms in the states are absent because the phone has yet to be officially launched in the North American region. No external storage, of course, and you can see that the internal storage amount is very generous. And finally, we get to see USB 3.2 integration with Xiaomi Flagship. The Infrared blaster is. As usual, there's Nfc support, and all the current Wireless communication protocols are for software.

It's Miui Android 13 out of the Box at launch, and this will be one of the devices with priority Updates this Year. At the same time, the operating system is lovely, highly customizable, and stable, from what I experienced during the testing. If you're not a fan of Miui, you will undoubtedly find the same annoyances.

Compared to Samsung or Google, the amounts and quality of updates delivered to the Mi phones are a vag. The Chinese giant is working hard to turn this trend around, but they seem still there. If we discuss the drawbacks, I can only point to the subpar selfie camera, the infrequent software updates, and the relatively high price tag. 

Whether this is the best overall smartphone, only time can show. I can confirm that in terms of Hardware, it's way above most of the competition in 2023. But it's also a fact that in terms of software because smartphones are Hardware plus software, it offers a very similar experience to what Redmi and Poco devices would bring without the bloatware and some added extras. Xiaomi will step up its game in terms of software updates. In the next few months, we will provide meaningful, sound, stable updates that will enhance the camera and the overall performance of Xiaomi 13 Ultra because it is a masterpiece.

But now the big question is whether Out Of Reach is priced that expensive. Would most people be ready to pay that much for a true Flagship? Or is it just about right? Given all the great specs packed inside the smartphone, there's a thought that in the past days chasing me that the big smartphone of the Year would be the Hardware of Xiaomi 13 Ultra. That would be a dream come true in the shape and display of Galaxy S23 Ultra and the software that Google Pixel devices are running. And you can share with me what you think will be the perfect smartphone of the Year. Comments are down below, and you can also share your opinion about the Xiaomi 13 Ultra with me, and that's everything about the episode.

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