Xiaomi 13 Pro / Xiaomi 13 global version appears on Geekbench

Xiaomi 13 Pro

According to recent reports, the Xiaomi 13 series will be released globally at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2023). The MWC 2023 event will hold on February 26 (11:00 p.m. Beijing time). The GeekBench running score of the global version of Xiaomi 13 Pro has now appeared online. According to Geekbench’s running score data, the Xiaomi 13 Pro Global Edition (2210132G) scored 1481 points in single-core and 4676 points in multi-core in Geekbench 5. The device used for the testing comes with 12GB of RAM. This running score is lower than the previous exposure running score of the Chinese version of Xiaomi 13 Pro. However, we expect Xiaomi to do further optimizations on this device which should increase the score.

Xiaomi 13 Pro

Xiaomi 13 Pro specs

The Xiaomi 13 Pro will feature a 50MP Sony IMX989 1-inch sensor in the photography area. A Leica telescopic lens measuring 75mm will be included. Also, this gadget will have 50MP Samsung JN1 sensors for both the zoom and ultra-wide-angle lenses. Additionally, a 6.73-inch OLED 120Hz, 2K monitor will be included with the Xiaomi 13 Pro. This device will also come with a 4820 mAh battery that supports 120W rapid charging. This product will also enable 10W reverse wireless charging and 50W wireless charging.

Xiaomi 13 Pro

Xiaomi 13 global version appears on GeekBench: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip + 12GB memory

Xiaomi has finalized the launch of the global version of the Xiaomi 13 series at the Mobile World Congress. Following the appearance of the Xiaomi 13 Pro on the GeekBench benchmark database, Xiaomi 13 5G also showed on the benchmark platform. According to reports from MySmartPrice and 91Mobile, the model of the Xiaomi 13 5G global version is “2211133G”. The Pro model comes with model number “2210132G”.


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GeekBench related records reveal that the single-core score of Xiaomi 13 5G on GeekBench 5.5.1 is 1490 points, and the multi-core score was 5111 points. However, in GeekBench version 6.0.0, the single-core score is 1389 points, and the multi-core score was 5208 points. Also, from the info displayed on the page, the Xiaomi 13 5Gglobal version uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip. This chip has a large core with a peak clock frequency of 3.19GHz, in addition to four 2.80GHz performance cores and three 2.02GHz efficiency cores.


The 6.3-inch Full HD+ OLED panel on the Xiaomi 13 Standard Edition will have a frame rate of 120Hz. This gadget will have a triple camera system on the back. A 50MP primary camera, a 13MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 10MP zoom camera will be included. Both phones (standard and Pro models) will have a 32MP front-facing camera for selfies. The 4500 mAh battery in the standard Xiaomi 13 model also enables 67W wired rapid charging. Additionally, this gadget will enable 10W reverse wireless charging and 50W wireless charging. On the software end, both mobile phones will come with Xiaomi’s latest Android skin. They will both use the new MIUI 14 system.

Xiaomi MWC 2023

For now, Xiaomi has officially confirmed that at MWC 2023 on February 26th, it will release the global version of the Xiaomi 13 series. The Xiaomi 13 Ultra is not official yet so we will only have the Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro. The Xiaomi 13 series will launch a day before the Honor Magic Vs and Magic 5 global launch. Xiaomi’s event will be live-streamed at 9:30 PM IST on Xiaomi’s official website.

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Only the Xiaomi 13 Pro is listed in the company’s press statement, but we are aware that the other two phones will be released on that day. Lei Jun, the founder of Xiaomi, confirmed the date of the Xiaomi 13 series launch event in a tweet. We can infer from the use of the phrase “term series” that the vanilla and Pro versions will both be released on February 26. Despite having similar specs, the Xiaomi 13 Pro has the edge.

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