Xiaomi 13 Ultra stocks are ready over at TradingShenzhen

Xiaomi 13 Ultra

If you are thinking about getting a true flagship phone, then the Xiaomi top lineup should be always there as one of the main options. Their sheer power of cutting edge features on the best models is simply almost scary. The latest proof of that is the fantastic Xiaomi 13 Ultra, which is once again not taking any prisoners. And getting your hands on it is maybe not as difficult as you would think. Because for example our friends over at TradingShenzhen have the main models stocked and ready to be shipped out.

So how can the Xiaomi 13 Ultra impress the customers ? Well in many ways. For example with the power of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, plenty of RAM or the super fast UFS 4.0 storage. Eventually with the super bright 6.73-inch OLED E7 LTPO 120 Hz display with up to 2600 nits. Or maybe the monster set of cameras made in cooperation with the legend Leica. That comprises from stuff like 1-inch Sony IMX989 sensor, double extra 50MP sensors, Hyper OIS or Leica Vario – Summicron 8P lens. And the 5000 mAh battery with 90W normal and 50 wireless charging is not going to disappoint as well.

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Xiaomi 13 Ultra

Beast at a fair price

But how about the pricing at TradingShenzhen ? The base Xiaomi 13 Ultra model with 12GB/256GB comes at €1,077 with plenty of colors available. And for the better 16GB/512GB model you have to throw just €100 more being priced at €1,177. If you really hate compromising, then you can even wait for the monster 16GB/1TB model, which should be in stock soon again. For another hundred more at €1,277. All of them are of course available for global shipping and the Global Priority option even takes care of all the custom and tax fees. So real Xiaomi connoisseur fans are already ordering, while the stocks last.

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