Xiaomi 13 Ultra network access cert reveals its charging speed

Xiaomi 13 Ultra

According to several reports, it is almost a given that Xiaomi will host a press conference to unveil a new product early next month. At this event, the company will officially unveil this year’s big flagship, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra. Over the past few weeks, there have been many speculations about this device. The latest of them is that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra now has the Chinese network access certification. This listing reveals that this device will come with a 90W fast charging head.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra

The 90W fast charge, which has been greatly improved over the previous 67W fast charge, will also make its debut with the Xiaomi 13 Ultra. It can deliver a charging speed close to 100W in a limited body, which can be viewed as making up for certain regrets.

This coming charging head, which supports a maximum output of 20V 4.5A, was recently made public on Xianyu. In the future, it might be used to directly replace the 67W entry-level quick charge, meeting the need for 100 watts, in addition to the Xiaomii 13 Ultra.

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Xiaomi 13 Ultra

Xiaomi 13 Ultra will still focus on the camera

The Xiaomi 13 Ultra will continue to use a 2nd Gen. Snapdragon 8 chip and an LPTO adaptive high refresh screen as its other hardware. According to rumours, this device may be the first to use the 12-bit display of Huaxing Optoelectronics. The USB port is a huge change this time. The new phone will support USB 3.0 or above. This is essential for a flagship that prioritizes video and can improve the picture-transfer experience.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra

The upgrade is still focused on the picture spec.  The main camera will still be the IMX989 one-inch outsole this time, but it will have variable aperture tech. The Huawei Mate 50’s blur effect could be killed by the super outsole’s foundation.  The sub-camera specs are also quite strong. It has three IMX858 lenses that cover ultra-wide-angle, 3x portrait telephoto, and periscope telephoto lenses. All these are sub-cameras in the device. This results in full focal length coverage and full main camera specs.

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