Xiaomi 13 Pro has one serious omission that is most likely shared across most Android devices (but I write about it here as I own the 13 Pro).
When your SIM card is secured by SIM PIN the phone will not advance to any page unless the SIM PIN is entered correctly. If the phone is lost the good Samaritan who is trying to return your phone cannot get the info from the Lock page where the owner information can be placed and read. I am using my phone now without securing the SIM card just for that reason.
Memo, 15 Oct 2023what is the name of game in the video ( plane )I guess it's Airline Commander
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So the 13 pro has only 1 cam with OIS, and the 13 has 2?
Max, 12 Sep 2023Nopeyes
YUKI93, 26 Mar 2023I've never been a fan of Xiaomi's MIUI, but the fact that this phone scored a truly ... moreYes man, i have Edge 40 pro and the battery life is out of this world for such a stong SoC.
As long as you don't update the software that comes with the box. You'll be fine using Xiaomi 😉
Planned obsolescence is common with Xiaomi buy deliberately slowly but gradually introducing annoying bugs until you buy Xiaomi 14 pro next. But usually users like me just leave the brand all together 😅
Kho, 17 Apr 20231.No auto call recoding.
2.No speed dialing
3.No scheduled power on/off Hmmmm
I have the 13 Pro and I have all of those options, maybe it's your region that doesn't allow it?
UltraHD, 03 Mar 2023Well that's just what it is, your opinion. A fact is, and majority of people agree on thi... more"Doesn't care for international users"
I meeeaaaan, If you are talking about the US, they do have a point in not coming to that market.
I mean, look at what happened to Huawei, you think Xiaomi wants the same to happen to them?
1.Good Camera feature.
2.Built quality is also remarkable.
3.Awesome fast charging
1.Speed dialing not found.
2.Scheduled. power on/off not available.
3. Auto call recorder as of previous MI phones not found.
1.No auto call recoding.
2.No speed dialing
3.No scheduled power on/off
Btw why is 50mpix mode darker and wider than standart 12mpix mode? Can someone explain?
By the way, the 13 Pro doesn't actually use a 1" type sensor. You can calculate the crop factor, then you see that the used sensor area is smaller.
I really don´t know how all the commentators could be so excited from this device.
For years I am using Xiaomi. Unfortunatelly I have made the mistake and bought this very expensive device because of the very positive reviews.
It is the worst Xiaomi I have ever had. A Xiaomi redmi 10 is remarkable better and much cheaper.
This Xiaomi 13 pro is not only very expensive but also very complicated to use. For using it you need an Google account. Why??? Without Google it doesn´t work. So it decides what to do. It is possesing you!
To use the face activating you have to push at first a button (e.g. an iPhone recognizes your face immediately without pushing any button).
The battery has less power than other Xiaomi devices.
I really would like to give it back and get my money back.
Trades46, 26 Feb 2023Very impressive device overall, but with Xiaomi's more rare availability in North America... moreThis is going to be a hard sell in the U.K., and some other countries in Europe. Many people ( rightly or wrongly) don't want to buy Chinese stuff ( in an upper price range ) and also don't want to buy when the brand name ( Xiaomi) is not pronouncable.
Bernd, 08 Mar 2023I got both China and Europea Version and Roms. The 5g bands are differnt because of the hardwa... moreHi!
It is interesting that you talked about Google and Xiaomi close partnership and that Google assistant is very well integrated in UI. I actually tried to search this info on YouTube even emailed a nerd YouTuber to compare Google assistant experience on Non-Google Chinese devices but I guess no one cares about assistant experience yet... Can I get in touch with you?
I've never been a fan of Xiaomi's MIUI, but the fact that this phone scored a truly impressive battery endurance rating despite having 40mAh less battery capacity than the 8+ Gen 1-powered 12S Ultra alongside an older LTPO AMOLED screen shows how truly impressive this new 8 Gen 2 SoC is. It feels as if Qualcomm has learned some tough lessons from 888/888+ and 8/8+ Gen 1.