Although Xiaomi has announced that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra will go on sale later this month, the company is currently keeping the design a secret. OnLeaks and Smartprix nonetheless published 3D renders of the new camera flagship, so have a look for yourself.
Comparing the design to the 12S Ultra, it appears more muted. Since the 1″ IMX989 sensor needs greater thickness, Xiaomi once more used a double bump. The 13 Ultra attempts to merge the bottom level with the back as opposed to the previous model’s stacked design.
Without the bump, the phone’s dimensions are 163.2 x 74.6 x 9.57mm, according to the CAD design. The total thickness after the bump is 15.61mm. In contrast, the 12S Ultra measures 13.5mm with the hump and 9.1mm without.
Four cameras will be available on the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, one more than the 12S Ultra and 13 Pro. According to rumors, it will have a quad 50MP configuration. The additional module is unknown, however it is possible that it will be a mid-range zoom lens to fill the space between the 23mm main lens and the 75mm periscope. (these numbers are from the 13 Pro camera setup).
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and a 4,900mAh battery with 90W wired and 50W wireless charging are anticipated to power the phone. Curved 6.7″ 120Hz AMOLED display must be present.
The Xiaomi 13 Ultra will be offered everywhere. Pricing has not yet been announced officially, however a leak indicated that the base 8/256GB model would cost CNY 6,300, and the 12/256GB variant would cost CNY 6,800. Costing CNY 5,400 and CNY 5,800, respectively, are the identical Xiaomi 13 Pro units. The 12/256GB 13 Pro costs €1,400 and is not available in Europe. The 8/256GB model is.