The Class Leading Display of Xiaomi 13 Ultra Is Set to Dethrone Galaxy S23 Ultra and iPhone 14 Pro Max

is all set to release the Xiaomi 13 Ultra tomorrow. And as far as the previous leaks and teasers suggest, the phone is going to be big. In fact, it will undoubtedly be one of the best smartphones of 2023. After all, it comes with a pumped-up camera setup and beefed-up specs.

But one thing that you might have missed out on is the display. According to the recent teaser, Xiaomi 13 Ultra will feature a new C7 screen. And from the info that Xiaomi shared, the screen could have a serious competitive edge in the high-end spectrum of the smartphone market.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra Takes the Lead With Ultra-Clear LTPO Display

Ice Universe, who is a renowned leaker and tipster, has just shared some images from Xiaomi. The pictures that the tipster shared talk a lot about the display of the Xiaomi 13 Ultra. As per the shared info, the display will pack class-leading specs. And interestingly, is not the one who has provided the displays for the phone.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra

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Instead, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra display comes from China Star, a Chinese manufacturer. One of the key highlights of the display is that it is an LTPO display that can go as high as 2600 nits. In comparison, that is higher than what the iPhone 14 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra have to offer. The first has 1600 nits, while the latter has a 1750 nits peak brightness rating.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra C7 Display

Named the C7 display, the display of Xiaomi 13 Ultra will also be the first unit to fully surpass Samsung's specifications. It even takes the lead in viewing angle, power consumption, eye protection, luminous efficiency, and other class-leading features. In short, the C7 could put China at the forefront position among display manufacturers. And we can not wait to see it in action!

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