Xiaomi 14, Xiaomi 14 Ultra, Redmi Note 13 Pro, POCO X6 Pro and Redmi Note 13

Xiaomi 14, Xiaomi 14 Ultra, Redmi Note 13 Pro, POCO X6 Pro and Redmi Note 13
Xiaomi 14, Xiaomi 14 Ultra, Redmi Note 13 Pro, POCO X6 Pro and Redmi Note 13

In terms of design, each model has its particularities. The POCO X6 Pro 5G sports its photo sensors in a module located in the upper left corner, extended by a strip that runs across the width. Its finishes include black or gray plastic options, as well as yellow faux leather. For its part, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G also opts for a similar arrangement of sensors, but with a more refined design where only the lenses stand out. It is available in black, blue and white. The Redmi Note 13 Pro, sharing the same dimensions as the Note 13, comes in black, purple and green. The Xiaomi 14 Ultra and Xiaomi 14 feature a more refined approach: the former has a large, classy circle for its sensors, while the latter integrates its sensors into a square black plate. Their profiles, like those of other models, are rather flat, with minor variations in curvature.

Dimensions vary slightly from one model to another. The Xiaomi 14 is the most compact with its dimensions of 152.8×71.5×8.2 mm, while the Xiaomi 14 Ultra is the largest and thickest with 161.4×75.3×9.2 mm. The weight of smartphones also follows this trend: the Xiaomi 14 Ultra is the heaviest at 220 grams, while the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G is the lightest at 174.5 grams.

As for battery capacity, all models offer 5000 mAh, except the Xiaomi 14 with 4610 mAh. The Xiaomi 14 Ultra stands out with its highest charging capacity of 90 watts and an 80-watt wireless charging option. Other models, such as the POCO X6 Pro 5G and Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 Pro, support 67 watts of charging, but without a wireless charging option.

Which is the most powerful and which is the best screen?

The selected Xiaomi models are powered by the latest generation processors. The Xiaomi 14 Ultra and Xiaomi 14 benefit from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, promising superior power efficiency and graphics processing performance. These two models also offer maximum RAM and storage capacities, respectively 16 GB and 512 GB for the 14 Ultra, and 12 GB and 512 GB for the 14, without possible expansion via a micro SD card. The other smartphones, the POCO . Ranked by power, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra and Xiaomi 14 come out on top, followed by the POCO X6 Pro 5G and the Redmi Note 13 series models.

Xiaomi 14 Ultra

As for the screens, all models feature AMOLED panels, ensuring deep blacks and vibrant colors. The Xiaomi 14 Ultra dominates with its 6.73-inch curved screen, offering a definition of 1440×3200 pixels and a maximum brightness of 3000 cd/m², supporting HDR10+ and Dolby Vision for an unparalleled visual experience. The Xiaomi 14 follows closely with a diagonal of 6.36 inches and similar specifications in terms of brightness and definition. The Redmi models and the POCO


What configurations for photos and what connectivity?

The Xiaomi 14 Ultra is positioned as a real photophone offering the most beautiful shots in this comparison. For this, it relies on its four sensors of 50 megapixels each. This model includes two telephoto lenses offering 3.2x and 5x optical zoom capabilities, optimized for capturing sharp details from a distance. These capabilities are enhanced by a collaboration with Leica offering the ability to select exclusive filters and guaranteeing image optimization that will perfectly suit demanding photography enthusiasts.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 13

The Xiaomi 14 follows the trend with a similar configuration, notably with the Leica filters, although less technically sophisticated since it relies on the presence of three 50 megapixel sensors (one less telephoto lens). This still allows it to offer very high image quality, particularly for ultra-wide-angle photos and optical zooms. It represents a solid option for those who want high-quality photographic performance without reaching the heights of Ultra.

As for the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 Pro, it stands out with its extremely powerful 200 megapixel main sensor. This sensor provides detailed image capture, ideal for large prints or intensive cropping without significant loss of quality. Despite this impressive capacity, the phone remains more limited in terms of optical versatility compared to the 14 Ultra.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 Pro

The POCO X6 Pro 5G and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G offer more standard but quite competitive configurations. The POCO finer details in their shots. Smartphones are also equipped with secondary sensors dedicated to wide-angle and macro shots, enriching the photography experience by allowing users to capture images with a wide variety of perspectives and details. In addition, the selfie sensors of these models, ranging from 16 to 32 megapixels, ensure high-quality self-portraits, meeting the requirements of social networks and convenient for video calls.

Finally, in terms of connectivity, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra and 14 stand out with Wi-Fi 6E, a notable advance compared to the Wi-Fi 5 standards of other models. All feature NFC and Bluetooth, with minor variations in Bluetooth versions. Regarding water resistance, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra and Xiaomi 14 benefit from an IP68 certification, higher than the IP54 of other models, thus offering better protection against the elements. The location of the fingerprint readers also varies, but all remain easily accessible, promoting a secure and convenient user experience. All are also equipped with an infrared transmitter which allows them to be transformed into a universal remote control.



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