Xiaomi first gained attention in 2021 with the launch of the Mi 11 Ultra, which features an oversized video module. When Xiaomi later launched the Mi 12S Ultra, which featured Leica video, it received more praise, but Xiaomi didn’t release the phone worldwide, limiting it to China.
According to source @Ice universe, the new generation Xiaomi 13 Ultra flagship phone is expected to hit the global market this year. Of course, Lei has previously said that the next version of the Mi 12S Ultra will be sold globally, but didn’t specify a name for the Mi 13 Ultra.
Based on various recent leaks, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra flagship phone is expected to be released in China in early or mid-April. According to @_snoopytech_, the Mi 13 Ultra will be released globally in May 2023, two months later than originally expected in February.
According to previous leaks, the new Mi 13 Ultra will be powered by a 6.9-inch Samsung 2K E6 curved screen, powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip and equipped with up to 16GB of RAM plus 512GB of storage.
Igeekphone will retain SONY’s 1-inch IMX989 main sensor but will add new stability features. It will also have a 120x hidden telephoto lens (built-in OIS optical anti-shake), autofocus on all four rear cameras, and dToF. direct Time-of-Flight) Lidar sensor.
Elsewhere, it will likely use a 5,500mAh battery, and will continue to be made of plain leather, with a new color scheme.