Xiaomi 13T Pro appears in images reinforcing inspiration from the Redmi K60 Ultra
Xiaomi should soon announce a new smartphone for its main line, with the arrival of the Xiaomi 13T Pro. The model appeared in certification, where the images reinforce rumors that it will be a renamed version of another product.
The model was approved by the NCC (National Communications Commission), a Taiwanese regulatory body with a function similar to Anatel in Brazil. Here, the images show the body of the smartphone, with the large square module for its three cameras, but it has the Xiaomi logo in the corner instead of the Redmi one.
Another photo shows, for example, its charger. It must support 120 W fast charging, from 20 V to 6 A. In addition, the record reveals that it will have two versions, one with 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal space, while the other has 16 GB of storage. RAM and 1 TB of storage.
These are features that are already present on the Redmi K60 Ultra sold in China, for example. On the other hand, it should not have 24 GB of RAM, one of the main highlights of the Chinese device.
What to expect from the Xiaomi 13T Pro?
Being a version based on the Redmi K60 Pro, it should have a 6.67-inch OLED screen with 1.5K resolution, support 144Hz refresh rate and support Dolby Vision and HDR10+. Among other highlights are IP68 resistance, stereo sound and a 5,000 mAh battery.
His performance must be the responsibility of the MediaTek Dimensity 9200 Plus processor, a platform that will also be present in a top of the line POCO. As for its cameras, it should have a 20 MP front and a triple rear set consisting of a 50 MP main, an 8 MP ultrawide and a 2 MP macro.
Unfortunately, there is no scheduled date for the launch of the Xiaomi 13T Pro, so you will have to wait for confirmation from the manufacturer itself.