A couple of days ago, Xiaomi Update Philippines posted a picture showing a phone running MIUI 14. They assume this is the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 13 Pro.
From the photo, we can guess that this is an engineering machine. There is a watermark on the mobile phone. We can also see that it runs the MIUI 14 0818.001 development version based on Android 13. Plus, this phone comes with 12GB of memory and uses a centered punch-hole curved screen.
This is the alleged Xiaomi 13 Pro engineering unit.
It shows a curved OLED panel, 12GB RAM, MIUI 14 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 running at 3.0GHz. pic.twitter.com/PVzTGsdZ89
— Xiaomi Update Philippines (@miupdateph) September 17, 2022
The model name is “nuwa”, which is the same as the code name of the Xiaomi Mi 13 series previously revealed. The certification model 2210132C is also the same as that of the Xiaomi Mi 13 Pro.
In addition, the whistleblower said that the machine is equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor with the highest frequency of 3.0GHz. This is a bit lower than the previously rumored 3.5GHz.
Xiaomi Mi 13 screen parameters
Much earlier, we heard that the Xiaomi Mi 13 standard version would use a straight screen with almost equal narrow sides. Also, the standard version of the standard edition will use a 2.5D flexible screen of about 6.36 inches and support a high refresh rate of 120Hz.
At the same time, the Pro will use a 6.7-inch 2K resolution 120Hz refresh rate Samsung E6 substrate flexible screen. There is a hole in the upper middle area, and the screen borders are too narrow.
As for photography, the engineering machine uses a 50-megapixel camera, two 50-megapixel cameras, and another sensor. At the same time, the Mi 13 Ultra, which will be released later, is expected to be upgraded with new modules and some sensors.
Lastly, this engineering machine adopts a multi-pole single-cell solution battery. The latter supports 100W charging due to the self-developed fast charging IC chip. At the same time, the battery will support 50W wireless charging.