We recently saw the first (and for now alleged) images of the Xiaomi 13 Pro. First it was a photo of the alleged front screen, and later an image of the back of the device.
Now, in an exclusive from the TechGoing website, we see another alleged photo of the back of the device. This time much clearer than the previous one, and where you can already see the Leica logo that will be in charge of the lens of the device.
Alleged real image of Xiaomi 13 Pro. Credit: TechGoing
Xiaomi 13 Pro is expected with the main sensor of the Xiaomi 12S Ultra
Apparently, this smartphone will use the 50 MP Sony IMX989 sensor that we first saw on the Xiaomi 12S Ultra. And what turns out to be the most obvious is the change in the design of the equipment.
The Xiaomi 13 Pro appears in this image with a much more discreet design than the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, although it should arrive with the same sensor. This is because Xiaomi’s design choice on the 12S Ultra is more a matter of aesthetics than the need to have such an extensive camera module.
If the Xiaomi 12S Ultra was focused on the photographic experience, the future Xiaomi 13 Pro will have to provide a more general experience. Hence, this design change is understandable, even in the face of the Xiaomi 12 Pro.
No further details about the terminal’s cameras are known, but it is expected to arrive commanded by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. This processor will be presented in November, and will command the tops of the range that will arrive in early 2023.
The smartphone is still expected with a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen, with 2K resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate. It has the code name “nuwa” and model number “2210132G”.
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