Today, blogger @digitchat revealed that the Mi 13 series (code name M2) has been testing qualcomm’s 2nd generation Snapdragon 8 chip. The premium version has a 2K screen, and the latter may be named mi 13 Pro.
It has been revealed that the Mi 13 series is likely to launch in November, this time with the mi 13 and mi 13 Pro. The new flagship is likely to be ceramic, with a glass version available.
One of the biggest changes to the Mi 13 series compared to the MI 12 series is that the entire series will come with qualcomm’s second-generation Snapdragon 8 chip, which will be standard for the Android flagship in 2023.
@digital Chat website revealed that the second generation of Snapdragon 8 is based on TSMC 4nm technology and adopts the new eight-core architecture design of “1+2+2+3”. Compared with the “1+3+4” architecture of Snapdragon 8+, the former has one more large core and one less small core.
In addition, qualcomm’s second generation Of Snapdragon 8 has been upgraded to both the supercore and the core, with the supercore being upgraded to the ARM Cortex X3, two larger cores being upgraded to the Cortex A720, and two larger cores being the Cortex A710 with the Adreno 740 GPU.
The chip is likely to be released in November, followed by the Mi 13, and it’s not out of the question that Xiaomi could get another launch.