According to recent sources, Xiaomi will attend the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, which kicks off on February 27.
Notably, sources say that Xiaomi will bring a new high-end product, the Mi 13 Ultra, to the event.
It’s also the highest-end product in Xiaomi’s entire phone line, and it’s getting a lot of attention because its predecessor, the Mi 12S Ultra, was well received.
A recent post on Digitchat.com suggests that the Mi 13 Ultra will eventually ditch USB 2.0 in favor of a higher-spec port, which is the most expected upgrade for a video flagship.
In terms of configuration, Mi 13 Ultra will continue to be powered by the second generation Snapdragon 8. There is no doubt about the top performance specifications, but it is not yet clear whether the fast charge will be able to match the previous generation’s regrettable use of hundreds of watts.
When it comes to images, the new camera continues to feature the IM989 one-inch main camera and three IMX858 lenses in combination for ultra wide Angle, 3x portrait telephoto and 5x telephoto.
However, the IMX858 has yet to be released and its specs have yet to be confirmed. What is clear is that it has 50 megapixels.