On April 18, Xiaomi launched its best quality latest smartphone in China Xiaomi 13 Ultra. Now, as per the Chinese tech bloggers WekiHome released a teardown of this phone. In that video, they show the device’s internals and give us a look inside the phone.
The Xiaomi 13 Ultra is shown in the overall teardown video as a relatively easy device to disassemble, each component, including the frequently unstable screen panel, comes apart fairly easily.
One key takeaway from the video appears to be that there are no accidental damages to any of the components that occur during the process. This may indicate that, if you do require your phone to be repaired, it should be able to be fixed.
Xiaomi 13 Ultra details show in the video:
The teardown video shows the SK Hynix LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage units. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Soc from Qualcomm and a custom Xiaomi p2 chip that manages power supply and consumption for the integrated circuit are located below the storage.
It also shows a cooling unit, made of copper alloy below the display, and a lot of thermal paste around the main SoC and cameras to handle performance pressures. The teardown also provides a comprehensive look at how the Xiaomi 13 Ultra’s vapor chamber cooling technology works and shows how the main camera module’s variable aperture functions.
Recall that the 6.73-inch Dolby Vision-certified 2K+ display on th Xiaomi 13 Ultra has a peak brightness of 13,00 nits and a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
It runs on the Snapdragon 8 Gen Soc with up to 16GB Smash and 1TB stockpiling. Before, it includes a 50MP Sony IMX989 1-inch-type essential camera sensor with an f/1.9-4.0 variable gap focal point and three 50MP Sony IMX858 picture sensors.
Lastly, this may have a 32MP front camera powered by a 5,000mAh battery with 90W fast charging support.