It is reported that Xiaomi 13 Ultra is equipped with a Sony IMX989 main camera and three Sony IMX858 secondary cameras. Lei Jun pointed out that the IMX858 is currently the most technologically advanced Sony mobile sensor, and it is also the only one that is on par with the IMX989 in terms of features.
This time, in order to ensure the consistency of the entire system, Xiaomi 13 Ultra uses three IMX858 sensors so that all secondary cameras have the same imaging capabilities and are strictly aligned with the main camera. Coupled with the ISZ extended focal length function, the four cameras can achieve a total of six focal lengths, covering a zoom range from 12mm to 240mm.
In addition, the apertures of the three sub-cameras of Xiaomi 13 Ultra have all been enlarged, and the amount of light entering has increased by 14-43% compared with the previous generation.
It is worth noting that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra has a built-in Mi Imaging Brain. The engineering team rewrote the entire camera architecture and integrated and rebuilt the software and hardware capabilities to fully speed up functions such as startup, focusing, snapping, and imaging preview, ensuring that highlights, and dark lights, It can output stably in scenes such as high light ratio. The machine has been listed on all major platforms for sale, with a starting price of 5,999 yuan (about $900).
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