With the end of the year approaching, the focus of attention has gradually shifted to the new generation of Qualcomm’s flagship platform Snapdragon 8 Gen2 on the new generation of top flagship, which is once again rumored to be expected to launch the chip of Xiaomi MI 13 series naturally became the focus of attention. There have been a lot of leaks so far, including a lot of design details. And now in the latest news, a digital blogger has further revealed that the jaw will be extremely narrow.
According to well-known digital universe blogger @ I ice, according to the latest information and after exposure, the news of the new series of Xiaomi mi 13 flagship borders was a surprise, then it is further stated “chin” record, and when there is a net friend questions is “breaking all mobile phone records or Xiaomi record”, blog master further reply said: It’s a record for any phone, which means the chin will be wider than ever before, which means the screen size and visual effects will be amazing.
On the other aspects, according to previous exposure, new Xiaomi mi 13 series will use MI 12 series of basic design principles of consistent with its predecessor, the front will still use the center hole straight screen design, and the rear of the back phase module will upon signature line elements, containing three cameras, and with the distinct word “LEICA.” In terms of hardware, it is expected to be first equipped with the new generation of Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 flagship processor, based on TSMC 4nm process to build, using the new “1+2+2+3” eight core architecture design, Antutu breakthrough 1.2 million problems should be small. In addition, the rear camera has a 50 megapixel main camera and is expected to support OIS optical stabilization, with 67W-120W super fast charge.
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The new Mi 13 series is expected to debut as early as late November, and is expected to feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 flagship processor. We’ll wait and see for more details.