Redmi Note 13, Note 13 Pro, and Note 13 Pro+ with 120Hz display and 200MP camera launched in India: price, specs

 Redmi Note 13, Note 13 Pro, and Note 13 Pro+ with 120Hz display and 200MP camera launched in India: price, specs

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Redmi Note 13 series launched in India today.
  • The popular smartphone series features three models in total.
  • Redmi Note 13’s price in India starts at Rs 18,999 in India.

The Redmi Note 13 series is finally here in India. All three phones from the popular Redmi series have been launched: the Redmi Note 13, the Redmi Note 13 Pro, and the Redmi Note 13 Pro+. The India launch takes place three months after the phones debuted in China. With the Redmi Note 13 series, you get up to 12GB of RAM, 120Hz displays, a 200MP primary camera, and up to 120W fast charging support.

Xiaomi also confirmed that HyperOS is coming to all three phones soon. A specific release date for the software hasn’t been revealed yet.

Redmi Note 13 series India price and availability

The Redmi Note 13 series has a starting price of Rs 18,999 in India, while the Redmi Note 13 Pro+ crosses the Rs 30,000 mark. There are 10 variants in total for all three Redmi Note 13 phones. In terms of availability, the Redmi Note 13 series will go on sale on January 10th at 12 PM via mi.com, Mi Home, Flipkart and all Xiaomi retail outlets. There’s a bank discount and exchange bonus of Rs 2,000 that you can avail on the Redmi Note 13 series.

MODELRAM AND STORAGEPRICE
Redmi Note 136GB + 128GBRs 18,999
8GB + 128GBRs 20,999
8GB + 256GBRs 22,999
Redmi Note 13 Pro8GB + 128GBRs 25,999
8GB + 256GBRs 27,999
12GB + 256GBRs 29,999
Redmi Note 13 Pro+8GB + 256GBRs 31,999
12GB + 256GBRs 33,999
12GB + 512GBRs 35,999






Redmi Note 13 Pro+ and Redmi Note 13 Pro specifications

  • Display: 6.67-inch 1.5K AMOLED display (2712 x 1220 pixels resolution), 120Hz refresh rate, Corning Gorilla Glass Victus (a first).
  • Processor: MediaTek Dimensity 7200 Ultra (Redmi Note 13 Pro+), Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 (Redmi Note 13 Pro).
  • RAM and storage: 8GB + 256GB, 12GB + 256GB, 12GB + 512GB (Redmi Note 13 Pro+), 8GB + 128GB, 8GB + 256GB, 12GB + 256GB (Redmi Note 13 Pro).
  • Cameras: 200MP Samsung ISOCELL HP3 primary sensor with OIS, 8 MP
  • ultra-wide-angle lens, 2 MP macro sensor. 16MP front camera.
  • Battery, charging: 5,000mAh battery with 120W fast charging (Redmi Note 13 Pro+), 5,100mAh battery with 67W fast charging (Redmi Note 13 Pro).
  • Software: Android 13-based MIUI 14.3 Android OS updates, 4 years of security patch updates.
  • Color options: Fusion Black, Fusion White and Fusion Purple (Redmi Note 13 Pro+), Coral Purple, Arctic White and Midnight Black (Redmi Note 13 Pro).
  • Other features: an in-display fingerprint sensor, a USB Type-C port, NFC, Dolby Atmos, IP68 (Redmi Note 13 Pro+), and IP54 (Redmi Note 13 Pro).

Redmi Note 13 Pro specifications

  • Display: 6.67-inch FHD+ pOLED display, 120Hz refresh rate, Gorilla Glass 5.
  • Processor: MediaTek Dimensity 6080 SoC.
  • RAM and storage: 6GB + 128GB, 8GB + 128GB, 8GB + 256GB.
  • Cameras: 108 MP primary sensor, 8 MP ultra-wide, 2 MP depth sensor, 16 MP front camera.
  • Battery, charging: 5,000mAh battery, 33W fast charging.
  • Software: Android 13-based MIUI 14.
  • Color options: Stealth Black, Arctic White and Prism Gold.
  • Other features: side-mounted fingerprint sensor, IP54 rating, 3.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth 5.3.
Key Specification:
Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 Pro Plus 5G
MediaTek Dimensity 7200 Ultra | 8 GBProcessor
6.67 inches (16.94 cm) display
200 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP rear camera
16 MP selfie camera
5000 mAh Battery

Redmi Note 13 Pro+ review: Best Redmi phone so far

The Redmi Note 13 Pro+ is overall a good 5G mid-range phone that people can buy. If we don’t look at the Redmi Note name and just look at the performance, people are getting a good deal here.

In Short

  • The Redmi Note 13 Pro+ is a good overall 5G mid-range phone.
  • The device is priced at Rs. 31,999 in India.
  • People can currently buy it at a discounted price using bank offers.

The Redmi Note series has been a long-standing champion in Xiaomi’s mid-range lineup, but it has undergone a notable shift in its pricing strategy over the years. In the past, the standard Redmi Note models used to sell for under Rs 15,000, and the latest generation now falls under the Rs 20,000 category. Similarly, the Redmi Note Pro models have also seen an increase, now hitting the Rs 35,000 mark.

This shift has impacted consumers who were accustomed to buying Redmi Note series phones at a more accessible price point. But the company says this pricing adjustment is because of inflation and rising component costs. Xiaomi also explained that consumers are now more willing to spend a higher amount on phones for advanced features. Hence, consumers are seeing higher-priced Redmi Note phones, and the new Redmi Note 13 series is no different.

The latest Redmi Note 13 Pro+ that we have received for review is priced at Rs 31,999, crossing the Rs 30,000 mark for the Plus model. Having said that, is the high price of the Redmi Note 13 Pro+ model justified?

Redmi Note 13 Pro+: Design, build

As I mentioned in my first impressions, I like Xiaomi’s approach of offering new designs with each product release. Design is something that attracts a lot of consumers, and the biggest example of this is the Nothing phone. While the Redmi Note 13 Pro+ doesn’t have an extraordinary design, people are still getting a beautiful phone. Oh, and some people who got attracted to the device asked me about the phone just after looking at it.

The Redmi Note 13 Pro+ features a glass body with metal frames, offering a premium feel in the hand. The device feels sturdy, and it isn’t bulky as well because the weight is well distributed. So, I had no issues using it with one hand. But adding a case to the phone will likely add some weight to it, and the device will also feel broader.

Also, the glass back panel is a bit slippery, so people can consider a leather-finish model for a more secure grip. The upper part of the rear features a coating that functions almost like a mirror, offering a unique design. Of late, offering separate big camera modules at the back of the phone has become a trend, as we are seeing it on many mid-range phones, probably because it offers a neat look. The well-thought-out button placement also makes the experience better.

The back panel doesn’t attract fingerprints or smudges, maintaining a clean look. However, the device wobbles when kept on a flat surface, like a table. I can say that the camera module isn’t as prominent as seen on other premium phones. The Redmi Note 13 Pro+ has support for the IP68 rating at a lower price range, something that we have started seeing on a few phones. It is great, as the device won’t get damaged during the rainy season, and the addition of this feature is likely to please many consumers out there.

Redmi Note 13 Pro+ review: Display

For people who like large and vibrant displays, the Redmi Note 13 Pro+ is a delight. The new Redmi phone has received some big upgrades on display that make the experience even better compared to the last iteration and also justify its price hike. You get the same display size (6.67-inch) as last year’s model, but the new version now has a sharper 1.5K (1220×2712) display instead of a Full HD+ (1080×2400) screen.

While the difference may not be as visible to the naked eye, it does make the content look noticeably sharper. The panel is now 12-bit instead of 10-bit. The colours look lively with deep contrast. The device has a little warmer tone, which is much better than looking at cold tones. With support for Dolby Vision and HDR10, you are getting deep blacks and vibrant colours in your content. In addition to this, Widevine L1 support is also provided, so I was able to stream high-quality content on services like Netflix or YouTube.

Redmi Note 13 Pro+ review: general performance:

I got the 12GB RAM + 256GB storage variant for review. Xiaomi has offered the faster LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage solution for better read and write speeds on the new device, which now falls in the Rs 35,000 price range.

During my usage, the device offered a satisfying experience if the price was taken into consideration. The camera app or any other app didn’t crash. I was easily able to switch between apps and remove them from the background. There was a lag only when the device’s battery was super low (4 percent) and I was using the camera app, which is understandable.

I ran games like Genshin Impact and Call of Duty (COD). I must say that the thermal management of the device was very good, as it didn’t heat much even after playing games for more than an hour. I did some photography too in sunlight for around 20–25 minutes, and the device didn’t get warm. But all this could also be possible because there is extremely cold weather here in Noida. I had set COD at 90 fps, and the experience was good without any lag.

However, Genshin Impact ran smoothly only at a low graphics setting. Switching to a medium setting did make the graphics look more detailed and better, but the performance wasn’t as smooth, and stutter as well as a bit of lag were visible during intense fighting scenes. Additionally, I would like to mention that the haptic feedback is also good enough and improves the smartphone’s experience while typing messages.

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