More leaks! Real pictures of the Xiaomi 13 Pro ahead of its launch tomorrow Confirm the design of the rear camera with the LEICA badge

The Xiaomi 13 series is preparing for an official launch in China tomorrow (December 1), and the information released by Xiaomi is considered quite a lot. The screen of the Xiaomi 13, the battery, or the test results that came out earlier. But of course, before launching the final curve like this Often there is an image of the real device that comes off as well.

Famous Tipster Abhisheck Yadav has tweeted a real image of the Xiaomi 13 Pro in 3 colors which include green, blue and white. We will see a curved back cover with slight glare and reflections, which is expected to be a full glass back cover.

The most noticeable point in this image is the rear camera, which has a very similar design to the previous render. The location of the rear camera is set in the top left corner There are 3 rear cameras with a prominent LEICA badge.

We also saw a picture of the front of the device with some specifications listed there The Xiaomi 13 Pro will come with a curved display, uses a 3.19GHz Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, 8GB + 5GB RAM, Runs on Android 13 system covered with MIUI 14

From the picture, we also saw the device secretly on the side. It can be said that the rear camera of the Xiaomi 13 Pro has a lot of convexity of the device. This is probably due to the switch to using the main camera sensor, 1″ size, of course!

It should be another model that is the most complete from Xiaomi this year for the approximate specification of the Xiaomi 13 Pro, according to the latest information that has come out, it will be as follows.

Xiaomi 13 Pro Specification

  • 6.73″ Curved AMOLED E6 Screen
  • 2K resolution
  • 120Hz refresh rate
  • Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset
  • 8GB/12GB RAM
  • 128GB/256GB/512GB capacity
  • 4820mAh battery
  • 120W fast charging system
  • 3 rear cameras
  • 50MP main camera, 1″ IMX989 sensor
  • 50MP Camera Ultra Wide Sensor Samsung JN1
  • Samsung JN1 50MP tele camera sensor
  • It has an IP68 waterproof standard.

Source: Gizmochina

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