There isn’t much information available about the upcoming Xiaomi 13 series. The insider OnLeaks revealed the Xiaomi 13 Pro’s design before doing it again with its smaller version, the Xiaomi 13, a few hours later.
The Xiaomi 13 series has been the subject of rumors since June. Thanks to @OnLeaks, the Xiaomi 13 Pro’s initial renderings have leaked today. This reveals a phone with a curved screen and a center punch hole. According to reports, it has a 6.7-inch screen and measures 163 x 74.6 x 8.8 mm x 11.8 mm (including the camera bump). Now let’s take a look at the standard version of the series.
A style that matches the Xiaomi 12
This new smartphone’s design shouldn’t deviate significantly from the Xiaomi 12 unveiled the previous year. However, it is important to draw attention to the straight edges that are reminiscent of the iPhone 14. We would always discover three sensors, most likely the main camera, an ultra-wide-angle, and a telephoto, according to the back that OnLeaks has shown us. All within a picture block that turns square instead of its original rectangular form.
We would be entitled to a punch selfie sensor at the front, in the center of the display. But what we do observe is that the screen’s corner bezels would be thinner and equal in thickness to those on the sides. a homogenized design similar to what the Nothing phone (1) offers.
Another significant change is that the screen won’t be curved like it was on the Xiaomi 12, which Samsung or Apple have been able to do for a while. The screen would have a diagonal measurement of 6.2 inches, according to OnLeaks. The specified dimensions are 152.8 x 71.5 x 8.3 mm (10.3 mm including the camera block).
What we know about the Xiaomi 13
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According to several reports, the Xiaomi 13 will reportedly be one of the first smartphones to use Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip. In addition, it would be qualified for 12 GB of RAM. These Xiaomi smartphones might be eligible to receive MIUI 14, a new version of MIUI (based on Android 13 ).
The phone will use an OIS primary sensor from the Sony IMX8 family, claims leaker Digital Chat Station. As an upgrade from the 13MP ultra-wide and 5MP telephoto cameras, the phone is also believed to have a 50-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens and a 50-megapixel portrait lens.
According to CompareDial, which shared the smartphone’s design with OnLeaks, this series may be unveiled soon in China for availability in late November or early December. The Xiaomi 13 Pro would retail for about $800 in India, but would undoubtedly cost more in other countries; as a point of reference, the Xiaomi 12 Pro was priced at $1100 when it was first announced in early 2022.
What about the Xiaomi 13 Pro?
Before the year is over, the Chinese manufacturing company Xiaomi will introduce its newest flagship line. The brand is reportedly planning to introduce the Xiaomi 13 series this month. The new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 flagship processor will be available in this new flagship series. There have been numerous reports about the Xiaomi 13 series for a few weeks now. These devices’ camera sections appear to draw greater attention. The most recent information comes from OnLeaks and Xoutons’ renderings. According to the renderings, the Xiaomi 13 Pro will have a noticeable bump for the rear camera. This device’s rectangular rear camera module will contain three sensors and a flash.
The Xiaomi 13 Pro should be running the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 SoC. Which will be official next week, according to earlier rumors. The phone will have a 6.7-inch Samsung 2K E6 AMOLED curved screen. With a smaller frame than the Xiaomi 12 Pro, claims leaker Digital Chat Station.
A one-inch sensor is rumored to be included, which might be the Sony IMX989 seen in the 12S Ultra. The phone will have three back cameras and a metal frame, according to the renderings. According to the leaker, the phone will have a leather-like finish on the back. And come in the colors Black, White, and Green.
We anticipate that the Xiaomi 12 series would debut in late November or early December.