The Xiaomi 13T series is confirmed to arrive on September 26. However, ahead of its launch, Romanian retailer eMAG posted the devices on its website revealing key specs and pricing of the phones.
Xiaomi 13T Series Retail Listing
According to the eMAG listing, the Xiaomi 13T Pro will arrive with a MediaTek Dimensity 9200+ chipset, a 5000mAh battery with support for 120W HyperCharge, and a 6.67-inch display 2712x1220p AMOLED panel with a 144Hz refresh rate.
For optics, the Pro variant has a 50MP main + 50MP telephoto + 12MP ultrawide rear setup and a 20MP on the front.
Given these specs, it pretty much confirms the long-time rumors that the 13T Pro is the global variant of the Redmi K60 Ultra.
Meanwhile, the Xiaomi 13T shares much of the specs with its Pro sibling including the display and camera setup. Where it differs though the charging has been toned down to only 67W TurboCharge and the vanilla variant is also powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 8200-Ultra.
The Xiaomi 13T series devices feature Xiaomi x Leica Summicron lenses around the back as well.
The retailer only listed one variant for both devices, the Pro in a black colorway with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage. This is priced at RON 4,699.99 (around PHP 57,600) and appears to also have a Blue color option.
The vanilla version, on the other hand, is listed in Alpine Blue at 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. It has a price tag of RON 3,299.99 (around PHP 40,500) and also appears to have a Black colorway.
This pretty much reveals all we need to know about the Xiaomi 13T series apart from local pricing elsewhere and availability. We’ll just have to wait for the September 26 launch to know these details.
These listings are still very much live, as of writing this, we’ve linked these below if you want to check them out for yourselves.
*Prices in PHP are direct conversions using the exchange rate at the time the content was published. These are not indicative of actual local pricing and don’t include additional costs like taxes, etc.
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