The Redmi K60 Ultra, which will later be released as the Xiaomi 13T Pro in other markets, has yet to be officially announced by Xiaomi for the Chinese market. However, renowned tipster Digital Chat Station has provided a glimpse of its design through some schematic images. Although the image alone doesn’t reveal the complete details, it offers a preview of what we can expect in the upcoming weeks.
The alleged Xiaomi 13T Pro is depicted with slim bezels and a centered punch-hole cutout for the front-facing camera. On the back, there is a square-shaped camera module housing two large camera sensors, accompanied by a smaller sensor next to them. It is reasonable to speculate that the smaller sensor could be a 2MP macro shooter. Unfortunately, there is no information available regarding the specifications of the two main cameras.
Based on the somewhat plain schematics, it appears that the sides and back of the device have a flat design, reminiscent of current iPhone models. According to a report from March, the device is expected to be powered by a Dimensity 9200 SoC and feature a 6.7-inch 144Hz OLED display. Additionally, a large battery and 100W fast charging capabilities are said to be included in its offerings.
Published on 06/6/23 7:31 | by Rawa John