Although Xiaomi did not send it for testing, DXOMARK still bought Xiaomi 13 Ultra and tested it. The final image test scored 140 points, ranking fourteenth in the DXOMARK global image ranking.
DXO said that the overall performance of Mi 13 Ultra is excellent, especially in the zoom sub-item. It can provide a highly consistent zoom experience within the zoom range, and it performs well in low light conditions, with excellent exposure and color rendering. It can be pointed out that compared with some friends who over-sharp the details, it is very natural for the texture and details.
In addition, 13 Ultra has smooth and accurate autofocus when recording video, and the color rendering and contrast are comfortable, and the overall performance is significantly improved compared to Mi 13 Pro.
Of course, this phone also has shortcomings. DXO believes that the exposure stability of Mi 13 Ultra needs to be strengthened, especially in HDR portrait usage scenarios.
It is said that the color saturation of this model is too high when shooting outdoor scenes, and there will be halo effects in the photos; although it can complete fast shooting, sometimes there will be a big difference in the imaging effect of continuous shooting; The skin of the subject in the portrait mode is too smooth and lacks texture details; artifacts occasionally appear in video shooting, and the performance of noise control and anti-shake is not very consistent.
Note: DXOMARK’s test is carried out in Leica vivid mode. In addition, although the Mi 13 Ultra aperture can automatically switch between f/1.9 and f/4.0 according to different scenes, this model does not use dual aperture as the default setting, so DXO is also performed in the default f/1.9 mode tested.