Recently, a leaked image showcasing the black edition of the Xiaomi 13 Pro has surfaced online. Now, TechGoing gives you the first look at the silver edition of the phone.
The image reveals a square-shaped camera module housing one small and one large camera placed on the left. The right half of the camera module houses a large camera, followed by a pill-shaped LED flash unit and the Leica branding. The back panel of the device has curved edges. The silver version of the Xiaomi 13 Pro looks the same as the black version we’ve already seen.
Last year, Xiaomi released the Xiaomi 12 Pro as a bigger version of the Xiaomi 12. Hence, both phones sported an identical design. While we have not seen the Xiaomi 13 yet, it appears that it will look like the Xiaomi 13 Pro.
The front of the Xiaomi 13 Pro was leaked last month. The device was found to be equipped with a curved edge AMOLED panel with a centrally positioned punch-hole. It is said to arrive with a 6.7-inch Samsung AMOLED E6 display that supports a 2K resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. The handset is said to feature a 50MP Sony IMX989 primary camera on the back. It will run on Android 13 OS with the MIU 14 on top.
The Xiaomi 13 Pro, which has model number 2210132C, was approved by China’s 3C regulatory body last month. The Xiaomi 13, with a 2211133C model number, was spotted at 3C recently. These listings reveal that the vanilla model may offer 67W charging, while the Pro edition may support 120W fast charging.
The Xiaomi 13 series is expected to debut as the world’s first Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 powered devices. Qualcomm is likely to announce the new chip in November. It is speculated that the Xiaomi 13 series will break cover by the end of November in China.