In December, Xiaomi launched its latest high-end flagship, Mi 13 series, which includes two models, the Mi 13 and the Mi 13 Pro. But mi 13 Ultra, which many users had been expecting, did not appear. According to recent news, Xiaomi seems to be planning to launch in China in April this year, but there is a slight chance that it will be shown at the following MWC 2023.
Twitter blogger @Kartikey Singh teamed up with @SPinfoJP to create an unofficial rendering of the Mi 13 Ultra, which he claims is up to 90% realistic. Combined with the previous revelations, the real machine should indeed be similar to this appearance.
Mi 12S Ultra has a few tweaks to its lens module. It’s supposed to be an upgrade over the original 1-inch sensor, which is a continuation of the family design. It will also work with Leica Image and offer at least four plain leather color schemes, with a bump on the top half of the body. It’s like raising the camera module and leaving a slot for the magnetic power bank.
According to previous leaks, the new Mi 13 Ultra will feature a Samsung 2K E6 curved screen, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 second-generation mobile platform, and a combination of up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. Notably, it’s also the only model in the Mi 13 series to come with an extra large 16GB of RAM.
The camera is expected to be fully upgraded to 50 megapixel + 120 x latent telephoto lens (built-in OIS optical anti-shake), the image performance is more promising. In addition, the machine will continue to use plain leather material, and provide a new color scheme.