Early Details of the Xiaomi 13T Series have Emerged!

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Xiaomi is all prepped up to launch the Xiaomi 13, 13 Pro, and 13 Lite in the global markets. You will be able to see these devices in all their glory on February 26. And now that the Chinese brand is done with the regular 13 series, it is moving on to the next. Other than the 13 Ultra, new reports suggest that the Xiaomi 13T series is currently in the works.

But the thing is, like the siblings, the new Xiaomi 13T series might not get a global release at the initial stage. Instead, the tipster, Mukul Sharma, suggests that the first phone of the lineup (or all of them) will first debut in the Asian and European markets first.

What to Expect from the Xiaomi 13T Series

Mukul Sharma is not the only person that is talking about the Xiaomi 13T series. Last week, Digital Chat Station also talked about the devices. And from what they are sharing, it seems that the lineup will feature at least two models. That is, the series is likely to have 13T and 13T Pro.

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Xiaomi 13 Pro

In the Chinese market, however, these Xiaomi 13T phones will debut with other names. Reports suggest that Xiaomi will rebrand the 13T Pro as the Redmi K60 Extreme Edition or K60 Ultra in the Chinese market.

Now, if the Xiaomi 13T Pro does come as the K60 Extreme Edition, it will replace the K50 Extreme Edition. And if you take a look back, it launched last year as a tweaked version of the 12T Pro. So, yeah, the reports are making sense.

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That said, we don’t exactly know what the 13T series phones will come with. But all that we can gauge from the leaks and the past trends is that the phones will be affordable versions of the Xiaomi 13 series.

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