The Chinese launch of the Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro has been going on for several months, but there is still no information about the western version of the two smartphones. But in return, a YouTuber, Xiaomi tested the performance of 13 Pro getting really great results while playing games.
The Golden Reviewer YouTube channel is indeed Xiaomi tested 13 Pro with Genshin Impact, in a “real” test of the chipset Snapdragon 8 Gen2 to confirm its performance. The idea behind “real” testing is to go beyond simple benchmarks and verify the performance of smartphones and their components in applications close to the experience of individual users.
Well, Xiaomi 13 Pro has a Average frame rate of 59.4 FPS on Genshin ImpactFPS per Watt equal to 10.8 and maximum temperature of 39.3°C. An incredible result that puts Xiaomi’s top-of-the-range ahead of all other high-end smartphones in the gaming industry, outstripping not only other Android offerings but also the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
This number, which may be unexpected for some, is nothing new: In fact, just last month, the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 surpassed the iPhone 14 Pro Max’s A16 Bionic chip in various benchmarks. best performing chipset of 2023 in games on smartphones. For comparison, on Genshin Impact, the iPhone 14 Pro Max achieves an average of 58.4 FPS with an efficiency of 11.3 FPS per Watt and a maximum temperature of 46.7 °C.
Not only that: the result of the Xiaomi 13 Pro has since been very impressive Even surpass the 2022 iPad Pro with the M2 chipreaching a average FPS 59.3, with a maximum temperature of 42.6°C and a FPS-per-Watt rate of 4.3 (but in this case the larger screen size must also be taken into account). Finally, Xiaomi’s smartphone surpassed the Vivo X90 Pro Plus, another smartphone with Snapdragon 8 Gen2, which achieved an average of 58.4 FPS at a temperature of 39.1 °C.
Source: Every Eye