Although Xiaomi is scheduled to hold a pre-MWC press conference on February 26, whether it is reported from the official website or various sources, this time the leading role is Mi 13, Mi 13 Pro international version models, and there is no mi 13 Ultra launch.
A new rendering of what appears to be the Mi 13 Ultra has been revealed, and the overall shape of the back is similar to that of the Mi 12S Ultra, which is still a large prototype.
The difference is that because there are four cameras instead of three, the arrangement has changed, such as the dual flashes moving down from the right. The original centered ultra-wide-angle lens was also removed and replaced with LEICA characters.
According to previous rumors, the new camera will continue to feature the IM989 one-inch main camera, as well as a combination of three IMX858 lenses for ultra wide Angle, 3x portrait telephoto, and 5x telephoto.
Other changes to the Mi 13 Ultra are expected to include an upgrade from the 67W fast charge to 90W, and an upgrade from USB 2.0 to USB 3.0.
However, the Mi 13 Ultra may have to wait until April or even May.