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Xiaomi 13 shows strong performance in the Geekbench test

The Xiaomi 13 series is expected to debut just before the end of the year Samsung Galaxy S23 series with satellite communications It comes in early February. Both manufacturers will be based on the just introduced Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. As the first Geekbench tests of the Xiaomi 13 series now show, the performance varies greatly.

Samsung Galaxy S23+ / S23 Ultra / Xiaomi 13 Geekbench Ratings

The first screenshot shows the Geekbench benchmark of the Samsung Galaxy S23+, the second of the S23 Ultra and the third of Xiaomi 13. In terms of single-core performance, the Xiaomi 13 is ahead by a slim margin with 1,507 points. On the other hand, in the multi-core test, the values ​​differ significantly. While the S23+ already performs below average with 4844 points, the S23 Ultra with 4580 points lags far behind the 5343 points of the Xiaomi 13.

Similar test results She is also already from the new Vivo X90 Pro + a favour. Until now, the assumption was that the special feature of the S23 series was the cause. Presumably one A customized version of Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 With a higher base clock of 3.36GHz (instead of 3.2GHz) in the Samsung phones come into use. The main core also shows strong performance, but the tested Xiaomi 13 still beats it. However, in Samsung’s defense it must be said that these are probably pre-series devices and the final values ​​may vary.

New renderings

In addition, today Xiaomi 13 new versions have appeared in different colors. The design with the round aluminum housing is strongly reminiscent of Apple iPhone 14 series. There is also a similar camera module for that Xiaomi 12 With a wide-angle main camera, an ultra-wide angle, a telephoto lens with 2x to 3x magnification and the typical Leica branding. At least in terms of the main camera, Xiaomi makes no compromises. It is assumed that the 13 Pro will be a den 1 inch camera sensor From Xiaomi 12S Ultra inherit.

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