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Xiaomi 13 vs. OnePlus 11—Specs Comparison


OnePlus has officially released its latest high-end smartphone, the OnePlus 11. It is ready to compete with the flagship smartphones with top-tier specs of other brands. But we will compare an earlier flagship deviceX with the new one from OnePlus: the Xiaomi 13 from the Xiaomi brand. Each of its specs in each department is almost close to each other. Which one will be more lifted of the two? Is it the OnePlus 11? Or the Xiaomi 13? Here are the rundown specs of the two devices to know the difference.

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Design & Display

The OnePlus 11 and the Xiaomi 13 have beautiful rear designs but in different ways. On the other hand, the Xiaomi 13 has the edge over the OnePlus 11 due to the latter’s lack of IP68 dust/water resistance. The metal body of the Xiaomi 13 may be paired with either a glass or silicone polymer back. Turning to their fronts, the OnePlus 11’s display is more expansive, measuring 6.7 inches across and featuring a 2K AMOLED panel with a 120 Hz refresh rate. While the Xiaomi 13’s 6.36-inch Full HD Super AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate is respectable. You get to make the call on whatever design you prefer, but there’s no denying that the OnePlus 11’s screen is an improvement over the Xiaomi 13’s.

Camera & Speakers

Get in here, and I’ll take you to the camera section. Both brands have collaborated with other camera manufacturers in different ways. While the Xiaomi 13 has partnered with Leica for co-branding, the OnePlus 11 has teamed up with Hasselblad for a collaboration. While the Xiaomi 13 and the OnePlus 11 have a triple camera configuration, the OnePlus 11’s 50MP primary camera, 32MP telephoto lens, and 48MP ultrawide lens provide superior image quality than the Xiaomi 13’s 50MP primary camera, 10MP telephoto lens, and 12MP ultrawide lens. When it comes to taking selfies, however, the tables turn, as the Xiaomi 13 sports a 32MP front-facing camera and the OnePlus 11 a lower 16MP one. Regarding the audio quality, it possesses identical stereo loudspeakers; nevertheless, it does not have a 3.5mm audio port. It is clear from this section that the OnePlus 11 is much behind the Xiaomi 13 in terms of performance.

OS, Ram & Storage

Okay, now let’s discuss the software and hardware that runs on it. OnePlus 11 comes with two operating systems—OxygenOS 13, which is accessible worldwide, and ColorOS 13, which is exclusive to China. While the Xiaomi 13 is powered by MIUI 14. Both of them use the latest version of Android 13. Powered by the cutting-edge Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU with 4nm process and Adreno 740 GPU, these smartphones are among the most powerful currently available. The OnePlus 11 comes in 256GB and 512GB storage variations, with 12GB and 16GB RAM options, while the Xiaomi 13 offers 128GB to 512GB of internal storage. The Xiaomi 13 has more storage and RAM options, while the OnePlus 11 has more RAM possibilities overall.

Battery & Charging

In keeping with the OnePlus 11’s more significant body, the company has fitted it with a sizable battery. There is a 5000 mAh battery and 100W wired charging in the OnePlus 11. In contrast, the Xiaomi 13 has a 4500mAh battery and supports 67W wired charging. However, the Xiaomi 13 offers 50W wireless charging, making up for the OnePlus 11’s absence of this feature. The Xiaomi 11 further has 10W reverse wireless charging. The OnePlus 11 is a better battery life and charging time option, while the Xiaomi 13 has more charging options.

Price & Availability

The 12+256GB version of the OnePlus 11 retails for CNY 3,999 (about Php 32,159) in China. Xiaomi’s 13 starts at CNY 3,999. (approx. Php 32,159).

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Mabuhay Manila, Edmar Consular here! I studied Adobe Photoshop Short Courses in addition to my academic career in Automotive Technology. Here at Manila Shaker, I'm the Junior Editor in charge of writing article reviews, tech news, and video scripts.

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