The Latest Update on Xiaomi 13T Series

Xiaomi 13T Series

There has been a good amount of anticipation regarding the Xiaomi 13T series. The lineup was previously expected to go official last week. But as you might already know, Xiaomi hasn’t announced anything regarding the lineup in the past few days.

Well, now, the Founder and CEO of Xiaomi, Lei Jun, has made the announcement that we’ve been waiting for. According to Lei, the Xiaomi 13T series will be unveiled to the world on September 26th, which is not too far from now.

What to Expect from the Xiaomi 13T Series

Lei Jun didn’t just give the official unveiling date of the series. In addition to that, Lei gave us a hint of what to expect from the series. First of all, the Xiaomi 13T series is “co-engineered with Leica.” That means you can expect the phones to come with Leica filters and Leica-tuning.

Xiaomi 13T series announcement

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That said, Jun left out the most important thing about the series. That is, Jun didn’t reveal how many phones the Xiaomi 13T series will consist of. But as per the previous T series from Xiaomi, there will be a regular 13T and 13T Pro. If you look into the past lineups, you can also get a proper idea of what the phones will be like.

Like the last 12T series and the series before, the 13T Pro will be the current Ultra model of the Redmi K60 lineup. But of course, for the T series, Xiaomi doesn’t just rebrand the entire phone.

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Instead, there are some minor differences. And the same thing will likely apply to the Xiaomi 13T Pro. You can check out the renders from the pictures I’ve attached below.

Xiaomi 13T Pro Render
13T Pro Renders

Moving on, the unboxing video of the regular Xiaomi 13T surfaced online a couple of days ago. It looks pretty similar to the Redmi K60 Ultra. You can check it out from the video I’ve embedded below.

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