The Xiaomi 13T series is set to be introduced later this month – on September 26.
What we know officially
Lei Jun, Founder and CEO of Xiaomi put up a post on X where he said the event would be held in Berlin at 5:30 PM IST and live-streamed on Mi.com.
He further shared that the series is “co-engineered with Leica”, implying some Leica filters, among other things, in the default camera.
The 13T series will comprise the 13T and 13T Pro.
The latter is said to be a version of the China-exclusive Redmi K60 Ultra (or the Extreme Edition) with some differences.
Below are the expected specs.
13T and 13T Pro could come with a 6.67-inch 1.5K OLED display with up to 144Hz refresh rate, HDR 10+ support, punch-hole cutout for front cam and HDR10+.
13T is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 8200-Ultra, while Pro is powered by a more powerful MediaTek Dimensity 9200+ chipset.
13T gets 12GB RAM and 256GB storage.
Pro gets 12GB/16GB of RAM with 256GB/ 512GB /1TB of internal storage.
The base variant runs on a 5,000mAh battery while the Pro runs on the same but with 120W and possibly wireless charging support as well.
As mentioned earlier, it gets a 50MP primary Leica sensor with OIS, a 50MP 2x telephoto lens and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens.
Selfie duties are handled by a 20MP shooter at the front.
Camera: 13T Pro
Meanwhile the higher variant gets a 50MP Sony IMX707 OIS primary camera, a 13MP Omnivision OV138 ultra-wide camera and a 50MP Omnivision OVSOD telephoto lens with the same front cam.
If rumors are anything to go by, the 13T retails for 549 GBP (USD 690 / Rs. 57,310 approx.) / 649 Euros (USD 740 / Rs. 61,485 approx.) for the 8GB + 256GB storage variant.
As expected the 13T Pro comes at a premium, with prices going by £699 (USD 878 / Rs. 72,965 approx.) for 12GB + 512GB model and 999 Euros (USD 1072 / Rs. 89,020 approx.) for the 16GB + 1TB model.