Xiaomi 13 Ultra Receives New Custom Colors

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We were proud to announce just about two weeks ago that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra became official. Two other devices of the same phone series were unveiled just last year by the Chinese giant. It’s pretty difficult to tell at this point which one of the three devices is the best, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t give it a try.

The new Xiaomi 13 Ultra runs on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, and that’s perhaps the best feature of the phone. However, the device also stands out for its large and powerful LTPO AMOLED display of 120Hz, the implementation of Dolby Vision, and a lot more.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra will also be available in Starry Sky Blue, Cabernet Orange, and Ginkgo Yellow

Xiaomi 13 Ultra will be available in an extra amount of three colors, apart from those that were unveiled at the phone’s launch. The new colors are, therefore, Starry Sky Blue, Cabernet Orange, and Ginkgo Yellow.

The colors that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra flagship has initially been available in are more close to what we usually see on smartphones. Those colors are Black, White, and Olive Green.

The cameras of the new Xiaomi 13 Ultra are also pretty interesting. The main setup consists of a quad camera. There’s a 50MP wide lens, a 50MP periscope telephoto lens, another 50MP telephoto lens, as well as an ultrawide 50MP lens. The main camera setup is also powerful enough to record videos of up to 8K quality.

Even the selfie camera is pretty impressive as well, although it consists of a single wide lens of 32MP. It is accompanied by features such as HDR and panorama, while the recording capability is 1080p at 30/60fps.

If you need a phone that has a generous battery, you could also consider buying Xiaomi 13 Ultra. This device is equipped with a 5,000 mAh battery.

Cristian Antonescu
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