Three years have passed since Xiaomi’s initial foray into flagship territory, and in 2023, the company will go all out. Xiaomi is challenging Samsung, OnePlus, Vivo, and Apple with the global debut of the Xiaomi 13 Pro, which includes India. Xiaomi is taking on the smartphone Goliaths with the aid of Leica, a 1-inch camera sensor (a first in India) that it helped Sony design, and top-tier hardware.
Here are the Pros and Cons of the Xiaomi 13 Pro
Xiaomi had to go above and above in one aspect to distinguish out in a market saturated with virtually perfect smartphones. Xiaomi picked the camera for this. Xiaomi is releasing the 1-inch sensor to worldwide markets, and with Leica tuning, the company hopes to attract attention.
I’ve used the Xiaomi 13 Pro for more than two weeks. I’m delighted they’ve introduced it to the Indian market since it’s the greatest smartphone the company has ever made. The Xiaomi 13 Pro competes with the Galaxy S23 Ultra, the iPhone 14 Pro, the Google Pixel 7, the OnePlus 11, and the Vivo X90 Pro (which has not yet been released in India) and holds its own.