It looks like Xiaomi may be launching its self-named Xiaomi 13T and 13T Pro smartphones soon. This was seemingly confirmed after multiple reports confirmed the existence of both devices on our country’s SIRIM database.
Both the Pro and non-Pro versions of the Xiaomi 13T have received their SIRIM certification numbers 23078PND5G and 2306EPN60G, respectively. Moreover, these certifications appear to have been given to the Chinese brand about a month ago in July.
In terms specifications, the Xiaomi 13T Pro is rumoured to be a rebadged Redmi K60 Ultra that launched in China. Specs-wise, the phone could ship out with a Mediatek Dimensity 9200 SoC, breaking away from the Qualcomm Snapdragon trend that Xiaomi has doing for the past flagships. The 12T Pro, for example, shipped out with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 chipset. Other specs for the phone include an identical 6.67-inch AMOLED 144Hz display, a 5000mAh battery with support for 120W fast charging, as well as a triple camera main module comprising 50MP and 13MP sensors. Oh, and up to 16GB RAM too.
As for the non-Pro Xiaomi 13T, conflicting reports seem to suggest that the phone may ship out with a Snapdragon 7+ Gen2 or even a Snapdragon 8 Gen1. Beyond that, details on the phone’s internals are still a little fuzzy. That being said, certification boards from other countries do seem to have confirmed that both models will have memory and storage variations of 8GB+256GB and 12GB+256GB, to name a couple. Further, the phones will also support 5G, NFC, Wi-Fi 6E, as well as Bluetooth 5.3.
In any case, we’ll be keeping an eye on any news pertaining to the launch of the Xiaomi 13T series.
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