Xiaomi 13 Pro paint job and other specs leak

Xiaomi 13
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Qualcomm will hold the Snapdragon Summit this month. After the event, the industry expects the Xiaomi 13 series to launch the new Snapdragon flagship processor. The Xiaomi 13 series should have at least two smartphones this year. We expect to see the Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro. According to popular Weibo blogger, @DCS, the Xiaomi 13 Pro will be available in four colours. The colours are black, white, green and pink. Of these, the green and pink options will have plain leather versions. The blogger also claims that the Xiaomi 13 Pro ceramic version has been ordered and proofed at BYD. However, we can not tell if the whole device will be ceramic or glass.

Xiaomi 13 Pro

Recall that the Xiaomi 12S Ultra comes with an environmentally friendly silicone leather material. This device did not launch a ceramic version. Users can easily clean the device with a light wipe, and it is not easy to peel after long-term use. Xiaomi customized the texture of the calfskin head layer to make the Xiaomi 12S Ultra feel more skin-friendly. It is not easy for this device to slip and fall off in the hand.

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Xiaomi 13 Pro / Xiaomi 13 specs

From the reports so far, the Xiaomi 13 series will have a few changes. The Xiaomi 13 will use a narrow and straight screen with four sides. The focus of this device will be its thin and high-value design. The Xiaomi Mi 13 Pro will use a hyperboloid 6.7-inch Samsung 2K E6 curved screen. However, it will come with a narrower frame compared to the previous generation. This device will also come with high-end configurations such as a camera with a 1-inch outsole. The arrangement of the camera module remains the same as the 12S Ultra

The 2022 Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit will be held from November 14th to 17th this year, and flagship chips such as the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 are expected to be released. The Xiaomi 13 series is expected to be the first to be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip.

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