Xiaomi Mi 13 Pro is Powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 at 3.0ghz and Runs MIUI 14


A Twitter account called Xiaomi Update Philippines recently posted a picture showing a phone with MIUI 14. The account calls the new phone Xiaomi MI 13 Pro.

As you can see from the picture, this is clearly an engineering machine, with digital watermarks in the phone, running Android 13-based MIUI 14 0818.001 development version, equipped with 12GB of memory, and a curved screen with a hole in the center.

The phone model is “Nuwa (Nuwa)”, and the previous revelations of Xiaomi mi 13 series code, certification model 2210132C and mi 13 Pro certification model consistent.

In addition, the source said it will be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor with a maximum frequency of 3.0ghz, rather than the 3.5ghz UHF version previously reported. As for the above revelations, please remain skeptical.

iGeekphone has learned that, before the blogger @digital chat station said, Mi 13 standard edition will use four sides of almost the same narrow straight screen, Mi 13 Pro will use 6.7 inches of 2K resolution 120Hz refresh rate Samsung E6 flexible screen, screen center single hole, using ultra-narrow frame, both sides of the curved design, this is consistent with the revelations. On August 26, the blogger revealed that the Mi 13 standard edition will have a 2.5D flexible screen of around 6.36 inches, supporting a high refresh rate of 120Hz, and the screen will have a single hole in the center design with an ultra-narrow bezel.

In terms of images, the blogger said that the Mi 13 series engineering machine has three 50-megapixel cameras and two 50-megapixel cameras plus another camera version. The secondary camera of the series model uses more 50-megapixel cameras, and the main camera and medium telephoto have been upgraded. Meanwhile, the late Mi 13 Ultra is expected to be updated with new modules and some sensors.

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In terms of battery life, the blogger revealed in July that the Mi 13 series engineering machine uses a multi-pole ear single cell solution, equipped with self-developed fast charging IC powered hundred watt battery, and the series will be fully 50W full blood wireless charging.


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