Xiaomi recently introduced the Redmi 13C, a new 100-yuan product in Nigeria. This affordable phone has already made its debut in the Chinese market and is poised for a global launch.
Known for their combination of low prices and high quality, Redmi’s digital series has consistently maintained a reputation for offering budget-friendly devices. In China, the previous generation started at 699 yuan, and this trend is expected to continue with the Redmi 13C.
Featuring a 6.74-inch LCD water drop screen on the front, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass and supporting an impressive 90Hz high refresh rate, this phone provides a smoother user experience, a rarity in this price range.
Under the hood, the device is powered by a MediaTek Helio G85 octa-core processor, complemented by a substantial 5000mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging.
On the rear, a dual-camera system has a 50-megapixel main camera paired with a 2-megapixel secondary camera. Retaining the “killer” features from the previous generation, the card slot supports TF card expansion, allowing users to expand storage up to 1TB without concerns about the initial storage version.
Furthermore, opting for TF card expansion proves to be a cost-effective alternative to purchasing a larger storage version, providing users with additional storage without breaking the bank. Once activated, the phone’s memory can be effectively doubled, offering the equivalent of 16GB with just 8GB, significantly enhancing its background running capabilities.
The Redmi 13C marks a notable departure from its predecessor, particularly in its appearance. Sporting a rear camera module reminiscent of the Xiaomi 12, the overall design adopts a straight edge and straight screen configuration. Additionally, the fingerprint sensor on the back has been upgraded to a side fingerprint sensor, enhancing user convenience.