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Xiaomi is set to launch the 13T series in Europe on September 26, and these models will be the first in the family to receive top-notch software support, including 4 OS updates and 5 years of security fixes. The series will consist of two models, the Xiaomi 13T and the Xiaomi 13T Pro, which have already been officially confirmed.
Unofficially, it is expected that both phones will launch with MIUI 14 based on Android 13, which is the latest publicly available version of the Xiaomi skin.
While no specifications have been officially revealed, leaks suggest that the 13T Pro will have similar specifications to the Redmi K60 Ultra (although not necessarily identical). This means a Dimensity 9200+ chipset and a 5,000mAh battery with 120W fast charging. On the other hand, the regular 13T will have the Dimensity 8200-Ultra and a 5,000mAh battery with slower 67W charging.
Apart from that, the two phones are expected to share many features, including a 6.67-inch 144Hz AMOLED display with a resolution of 1,220 x 2,712 pixels. The display will have an impressive peak brightness of 2600 nits. Both phones will have an IP68 rating for water and dust resistance, as well as Gorilla Glass 5 protection for their displays.
The rumored camera specifications set the 13T Pro apart from the K60 Ultra. Both 13T phones are expected to feature a 50MP main camera (IMX707 sensor), a 50MP telephoto camera (50mm lens), a 12MP ultra-wide camera (15mm lens), and a 20MP selfie camera. As seen in the renderings, the cameras will be branded by Leica, and the camera app will come with the usual set of Leica features.
The Xiaomi 13T with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage is expected to be priced at €700, while the faster Xiaomi 13T Pro, equipped with 12GB/512GB memory, will cost €900.