Xiaomi 13T Series: Unveiling Key Specs and European Pricing

Xiaomi 13T Lineup

In case you missed our original Xiaomi 13T series announcement coverage, the phones are about to land later this month, on September 26. But, weeks before launch, the devices of the series got listed on a Romanian retailer called eMAG. These listings not only gave away the pricing but also confirmed the key specs.

As expected, the Xiaomi 13T Pro is pretty much a rebranded version of the Redmi K60 Ultra. For those who missed my in-depth coverage of the K60 Ultra, it’s a great phone that Xiaomi kept exclusive to the Chinese market. But with the 13T series, it’ll land on the global markets.

But what’s more important is that the Xiaomi 13T Pro will be starting at RON 4,699, which converts to €945 or $1,015. And the 13T Pro starts at RON 3,299, which converts to €665 or $713. So, both of the devices are on the high-end spectrum.

Confirmed Specs of the Xiaomi 13T Phones

Besides the pricing information, the Xiaomi 13T series listings confirmed the core specs. And as you can tell, the 13T Pro is very similar to the Redmi K60 Ultra. It comes with a 6.67-inch screen with a 1220 x 2712 px resolution and 144Hz refresh rate.

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Xiaomi 13T Pro Listing
Image: 13T Pro Listing

On the front, the Xiaomi 13T Pro has a 20MP sensor, and it comes with an under-display fingerprint scanner. And on the back, the phone features a 50MP main camera with a 50MP telephoto and 12MP ultrawide lens. The back camera configuration features Leica Optics, enhancing the photography performance.

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Under the hood, the Xiaomi 13T Pro features Dimensity 9200+ with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. And the rest of the specs include WiFi-6, Bluetooth 5.4, a 5000mAh battery with 120W fast charging, and stereo speakers.

Xiaomi 13T Listing
Image: 13T Listing

On the other hand, the regular Xiaomi 13T comes equipped with Dimensity 8200 Ultra SoC but has the same display on the front. The camera setup is also identical to the Pro version. And even though it has the same battery capacity, the phone can only charge at 67W.

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