This is Why the Xiaomi 13 Ultra has a HUGE Camera Bump

This is Why the Xiaomi 13 Ultra has a HUGE Camera Bump

With Xiaomi confirming that the 13 Ultra will go official on April 18, its huge camera bump–one that’s around 6mm thick for the module alone–has generated discussions as to what camera sensors Xiaomi will use on the 13 Ultra.

With claims that this will be the best camera setup from their partnership with Leica, Xiaomi confirms that the 13 Ultra will have THREE 50-megapixel IMX858 sensors and a 1-inch IMX989 sensor–the latter being for the main camera.

While the IMX989 is expected to be huge–given the space it consumed when it was used on the 12s Ultra and 13 Pro–what’s even more interesting is that Xiaomi is going to do an approach similar to Huawei by implementing a variable aperture syatem. On the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, the range will be f/1.9 to f/4.0. For comparison, both the Mate 50 Pro and P60 Pro have an f/1.4-4.0 aperture range.

As for the IMX858 that will be used on the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, these 1/2.51-inch sensors have a full-pixel focusing system, which means that the ultra-wide, short telephoto, and long telephoto cameras will all have autofocus at the very least.

Pair those cameras with Xiaomi’s partnership with Leica, and we’re excited to see how the brand’s 2023 premium flagship will fare against the competition in terms of camera performance.

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