Redmi Note 13 Pro+ specifications
- Display: Redmi Note 13 Pro+ could sport a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with 1.5K resolution, a 120Hz refresh rate, and Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection.
- Processor: Under the hood, you could expect the MediaTek Dimensity 7200 Ultra SoC.
- Memory: It could come in 12GB RAM+ 256GB, 12GB + 512GB and 16GB + 512GB variants.
- Cameras: On the back of the phone, you can get a 200MP Samsung ISOCELL HP3 sensor with OIS, an 8MP ultra-wide angle lens, and a 2MP macro sensor. Meanwhile, on the front, there could be a 16MP front camera.
- Battery: A 5,000mAh battery with 120W fast charging support could keep the phone alive.
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Oneplus Nord 3 Camera specifications
- In the optics department, the OnePlus Nord 3 5G packs a 50MP Sony IMX890 primary camera with OIS, which is the same sensor as the OnePlus 11 5G. This is accompanied by an 8MP ultra-wide sensor and a 2MP macro unit, along with an autofocus (PDAF) sensor, which is quite reliable. Images shot from the primary camera were quite good in the daytime. The colours appeared vivid, although slightly oversaturated, while still retaining enough dynamic range and capturing finer details. This resulted in sharp and well-defined images. Moving on, in low-light situations, the Nord 3 5G employs long exposure shots automatically to capture acceptable details, albeit with some noise. The colours may not be quite accurate, but it gets the job done.
- The 8MP ultra-wide camera features a 112-degree field-of-view (FoV), allowing it to capture expansive shots, provided there is ample sunlight. The level of detail and colour accuracy might not be as good as the primary sensor, but this is a common characteristic observed in smartphones with ultra-wide (UW) sensors. That being said, the sensor exhibits minimal distortion or warping around the edges of the frame, resulting in clean and accurate wide-angle shots. The low light and indoor shots from the camera look quite grainy even with night mode. The 2MP macro sensor on the smartphone is just so-so. It fails to deliver crisp shots due to its small sensor size.
- For selfies and video calling, the OnePlus Nord 3 5G features a 16MP front camera within a punch-hole setup. This camera performs well in both daylight and low-light conditions, capturing likeable images. While the camera tends to reproduce accurate skin tones, it does apply some smoothing to facial details, resulting in a slightly softened appearance. OnePlus has included various filters and skin-retouching tools for users to experiment with and customise their selfies according to their preferences. Much like the primary camera, the Nord 3 5G’s front snapper of the Nord 3 5G also supports portrait mode, but I don’t think it does a stellar job with edge detection.