With a DXOMARK Camera score of 136, the Xiaomi 13 Pro performed well in our tests, offering bright exposure, nice colors and good detail capture in both photo and video modes. In addition, the camera was capable of producing high image quality at close and medium range tele settings and recorded still images with a wide dynamic range, even in low light.
Xiaomi 13 Pro uses Leica-branded lens and color modes
The 13 Pro camera has some similar hardware to the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, but there are a few differences to note. The primary module uses the same large 1″ 50MP sensor, but the 13 Pro’s tele setup is different. The 13 Pro’s tele lens doesn’t use the 12S Ultra’s periscope design but comes with a shorter focal length that has better light-gathering capabilities. Another difference is that the 13 Pro is powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset instead of the 1st generation variant in the 12S Ultra. Both models have Leica-branded lens and the Leica color modes. We performed all DXOMARK Camera testing with the Vibrant setting, just like we did with the 12S Ultra.