Xiaomi is expected to launch two new models, the Mi 13T and Mi 13T Pro, next month, and specifications and pricing for the two devices have already surfaced.
Recently, the true machine diagram of Xiaomi 13T Pro was exposed, and the complete unpacking video of Xiaomi 13T was leaked online in advance. The video reveals the design of the new machine and some of its configurations.
Foreign media said that the Mi 13T looks similar to the Mi 13 Pro, but it is actually closer to the Redmi K60 Supreme version that has just been released. The video shows that the back of the machine will be equipped with three cameras and LED flash, at least black and light green two color scheme.
The right side of the phone has a volume button and a power button, and the display is a classic center-punched screen. On the bottom of the device are stereo speakers, Type-C ports, and a SIM card slot.
The unpacking video also shows that the machine is equipped with a 67W fast charger. As for the packaging box, it is still Xiaomi’s usual white simple style.
In terms of specs, the Mi 13T will feature a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1.5K and a refresh rate of 144Hz. Powered by the Mediatek Skyguet 8200 Ultra chip, it is expected to come with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
As for the system, the machine will run MIUI 14 based on Android 13. In addition, the device also supports NFC, has a 5,000mah battery built in, and supports 67W fast charging.
In addition to the unpacking video, the pictures released by the whistleblower also revealed the millet 13T camera specifications. It is equipped with a 50MP main camera (SONY IMX707), a 50MP telephoto camera (OmniVision OV50D) and a 13MP wide-angle camera (OmniVision OV13B10). The front is equipped with a 20MP camera for selfies and video calls.
The Mi 13T and Mi 13T Pro are expected to launch in Europe in the first week of September.