Xiaomi 13 breaks the screen brightness record of Android phones

Lei Jun

Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, has been doing quite well in the global mobile phone market. The company made a huge statement in the flagship mobile phone market with the Xiaomi 12S series. The Xiaomi 13 series continues the same trend and it is doing quite well. In a recent Weibo post, Lei Jun, the founder of Xiaomi, pointed out that the screen of Xiaomi 13 has the highest brightness in the Android camp. He claims that the display effect is very good and users will not lack anything.



According to reports so far, the peak brightness of the Xiaomi 13 series hit 1900 nits. The global brightness hit 1200 nits while the screen power consumption has been reduced by 22%. This mobile phone comes with Samsung’s latest E6 screen material. Specifically, the E6 material is the 6th gen screen substrate sold by Samsung. For OLED screens, the luminous substrate is a very important key technology. This is because it directly determines the display quality of the screen. Before E6, there were materials such as E4 and E5. The larger the number, the newer the material.

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Xiaomi 13 screen brightness is way higher than the previous generation

The Samsung E6 substrate screen that this Xiaomi flagship uses has a peak brightness which is 900 nits higher than that of the E5 substrate. In addition, the brightness is 1100+ nits higher than that of the E4. Moreover, the Xiaomi 13 has a visual four-equal-sided design. The three borders are only 1.61mm, the chin is 1.81mm, and the screen-to-body ratio is as high as 93.3%.

Xiaomi 13

In terms of battery life, Xiaomi 13 has also improved significantly. The device comes with a large 4500 mAh battery. According to official tests, the Xiaomi 13 DOU has a battery life of 1.37 days, surpassing the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max, which has a DOU battery life of 1.28 days. The Xiaomi 13 has thus become a new generation of battery life monsters.

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