The Xiaomi 13 Pro smudges easily & is on the heavier side given its form factor. But the curved edges on the front and the back make it easier to hold the device. It also has IP68 dust and water resistance.
The 6.7" curved WQHD+ 120Hz OLED panel on the Xiaomi 13 Pro is a treat to the eyes. The peak brightness of the panel is 1,900nits. Apart from a ton of certifications, the display has more than satisfactory outdoor visibility and checks all the boxes.
Cameras are one of the highlights of the Xiaomi 13 Pro. It has a three 50MP sensors and the processing is tuned by Leica. To know exact details about the camera, please read our full review.
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The 32MP selfie camera on the Xiaomi 13 Pro needs some work as it does not capture plenty details and even the exposure is messed up.
Powering the Xiaomi 13 Pro is the latest processor by Qualcomm: Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. And, it handles anything you throw at it without breaking a sweat. However, it does get a little warm after some GPU intensive tasks.
The UI of the Xiaomi 13 Pro is not very simple as it runs on MIUI 14 based on Android 13. While MIUI offers several customisations features, the overall experience isn't great. It even comes with bloatware.
I got more than 6 hours of SOT with the 4,800mAh battery of the 13 Pro with all the display settings maxed out. You can easily get it to last 1.5 days with moderate usage.
Unlike most flagships, the 13 Pro comes with a 120W HyperCharge power adaptor in the box. It can easily charge the device from 0-100% in 25-30 minutes.
With the Xiaomi 13 Pro, you get a set of excellent cameras and the device outclasses many smartphones in its price segment. It is an easy flagship recommendation even though it has a few shortcomings which are negligible.
Editor's rating: 4/5
Selfie camera could be better > Can heat up sporadically