Recently, it was revealed that the MI 13 series, code-named M1, has started NPI, which also means that the MI 13 series is getting closer and closer to the release time.
NPI is NewProductIntroduction for short, which means new product introduction, between the bridge of the factory and research and development, is to introduce the newly designed products to the factory end production.
It has been previously reported that Mi 13 standard edition will have a straight screen with four almost equally narrow sides, while Mi 13 Pro will have a 6.7-inch or so 2K resolution 120Hz refresh rate. Samsung E6 flexible screen will have a single hole in the center of the screen, with an ultra-narrow frame and a slightly curved design on both sides.
Mi 13 standard edition will feature a 2.5D flexible screen of around 6.36 inches that supports a high refresh rate of 120Hz. The screen will also feature a single-hole center design with an ultra-narrow bezel.
In terms of imaging, the series models have more than 50 megapixel secondary 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.
Back in August, Lei posted on social media that “the next Ultra flagship phone will be available in our global market”. The Mi 13 series, in particular the Mi 13Ultra, will be available globally and is expected to carry Leica Images.
The Mi 13 Ultra is also expected to make up for the lack of a fast charge with a super100-watt fast charge, in addition to continuing to use the 1-inch SONY IMX989 sensor.