In November, the Xiaomi 13 series is likely to debut. Certain rumours suggest that the company will introduce its new flagship phones soon after Qualcomm introduces the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. Officially, Xiaomi has not endorsed any information regarding the launch schedule. Meanwhile, information on the new 13 series has begun to circulate online. The two Xiaomi flagship phones’ back panel designs have just been leaked.
Dahodian Techie provided the purported design information. The 13 series will likely feature a new camera module design if the leaked design is accurate.
Specifications of Xiaomi 13 Series
At least two flagship smartphones will be a part of the Xiaomi 13 series. These include the Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro from Xiaomi, which will debut in China initially. Both flagships are most likely to debut in China in November. According to the leaked information, this series will include a sizable camera island on the back. Users may be reminded of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra by the protruding island, but without the secondary display.
The 13 and 13 Pro both use a triple-camera system. There are three cutouts: one big circle and two smaller ones. Although the camera’s specs are unclear, it is reported that optical image stabilisation will be supported by the primary camera (OIS). It is important to note that neither phone bears the Leica logo.
The phones should have up to a 2K curved AMOLED display, according to the same source. Out of the box, 120W rapid charging will be supported.
According to a purported live picture of the 13 Pro, the phone has a curved AMOLED screen. It comes pre-installed with MIUI 14 based on Android 13. A Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC with a 3.0GHz clock speed also powers the phone. With support for 3GB of virtual RAM, the phone will have 12GB of RAM overall.