Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro

Xiaomi’s 13 and 13 Pro Renders Have Surfaced Online

It has been almost a year since Xiaomi unveiled its Xiaomi 12 series, and many are hopeful that the company will be revealing its successor very soon. However, before Xiaomi could officially announce its new flagship, some phone renders emerged online. These renders were high-resolution and gave customers the first unofficial look at what the smartphones would look like.

These renders were provided by @OnLeaks in collaboration with Zoutons. The front of the phone is quite similar to the Xiaomi 12 Pro’s front because it has a large screen with a centered punch-hole that will likely house the selfie camera. The back panel is where things start to look a bit different. 

On the rear of the phone is a camera bump that houses three camera lenses. The bump has rounded corners, and the cameras are left-aligned in a square design. Suppose these renders are to be believed, and Xiaomi carries ahead with them. In that case, the upcoming Xiaomi 13 Pro will look significantly different from its predecessors from the back.

The dimensions of the phone were revealed by Xoutons, who claim that it will measure around 163.0 x 74.6 x 8.8mm. The screen is likely a 6.65-inch curved display with dual speakers. The primary camera is also expected to have a 50MP sensor. 

Although Xiaomi itself has not released any information about the phone, @OnLeaks has shared details on what the prices would most likely look like. The phone will most likely cost $820 and will be available in 3 colors, including green, pink, and white.

The phone has also been compared heavily to the new iPhone 14 by Apple. The camera setup is quite similar, and the aluminum sides with horizontal lines for antenna bands are also reminiscent of iPhones.

However, there are a few differences. The top camera is noticeably smaller in the triple camera setup than the other two. In contrast, all the iPhone’s cameras have an equal circumference. 

Information about the internals and the processor was not revealed. Still, it is likely that it will be powered using Qualcomm’s latest chipset. 

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Abdul Wahab is a Software Engineer by profession and a Tech geek by nature. Having been associated with the tech industry for the last five years, he has covered a wide range of Tech topics and produced well-researched and engaging content. You will mostly find him reviewing tech products and writing blog posts. Binge-watching tech reviews and endlessly reading tech blogs are his favorite hobbies.