Not too long ago, Xiaomi introduced the Redmi K60 Ultra, marking it as the flagship highlight for Redmi this year.
Importantly, this device will also make its way to several international markets, being rebranded as the Xiaomi 13T Pro. There will be specific alterations in its specifications, particularly in photography.
The Mi 13T Pro is set to feature a primary camera using a 50-megapixel IMX707 sensor, accompanied by a 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens and a 50-megapixel 2x optical zoom lens.
The Sony IMX707 sensor made its debut in the Xiaomi 12S series. Sporting a 1/1.28-inch super sensor, it stands as Sony’s most advanced photosensitive element after the one-inch IMX800 used in the K60 Ultra, making it a more powerful sensor.
A noteworthy aspect is that the Xiaomi Mi 13T Pro will also integrate an imaging system fine-tuned by Leica, adding a touch of sophistication that’s rare in models within the same price range. This translates to more artistic photographs and a heightened video capture experience for regular users.
Naturally, this adjustment is sensible considering the global launch under the Xiaomi brand, positioning the device at a higher tier thean the domestically-focused high-value models, which justifies a significant price increase.
The remaining specifications match those of the K60 Ultra has a MediaTek Dimensity 9200+ processor. Impressively, the device achieves a remarkable AnTuTu benchmark score of 1.77 million points, presently ranking as the top performer in the Android camp.
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