Xiaomi’s cheaper top of the range should stay… cheaper

According to information from the Dealabs site, Xiaomi is preparing new high-end smartphones, the 13T and 13T Pro. Good news, prices should remain more accessible than premium models.

Like every year since 2019, Xiaomi would not plan to launch just one range of high-end smartphones this year, but would also have two new smartphones in its pipeline for the second half of the year, the Xiaomi 13T and 13 T Pro.

While the prices of Xiaomi’s flagship models have tended to soar in recent years – the Xiaomi 13 was launched at 1000 euros, compared to 500 euros for the Xiaomi 9 of 2019 – it seems that this is not yet the case. the manufacturer’s T range. While the Xiaomi 12T was offered last year at 649 euros – and its version ” Proat 799 euros – we now know more about the expected prices of the Xiaomi 13T and 13 T Pro.

On the French siteDealabs, the leaker Billbil-Kun indicates that he has obtained the prices provided for the two future smartphones of the Chinese manufacturer. According to him, the Xiaomi 13T would be offered in France in an 8/256 GB version and in black or blue colors at a price of 649 euros. The version “Pro“Would benefit from 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage, in black or alpine blue, for 999 euros.

A Xiaomi 13T Pro based on the Redmi K60 Ultra

On the features side, Xiaomi would resume its previous strategy, namely to take a Chinese Redmi K model to adapt it to the European market. In this case, the Xiaomi 13T Pro would be based on the Redmi K60 Ultra announced earlier this week in China. It is a smartphone with a MediaTek Dimensity 9200+ chip, a 5000 mAh battery rechargeable up to 120 W and a 6.67-inch QHD+ Oled 144 Hz panel. The smartphone would however be adapted at the level of the photo module to integrate a 50 megapixel wide-angle module, a 50 megapixel telephoto module and a 50 megapixel ultra-wide-angle module – instead of the wide-angle, the ultra wide-angle and macro module.

The Xiaomi Mi 13T Pro would be based on the Redmi K60 Ultra

Regarding the standard Xiaomi 13T, it would share the same screen as the “Pro“, but with a fast charge limited to 67 W. However, we still do not know what configuration the manufacturer will choose for the rear photo module.

The launch of the Xiaomi 13T and 13 T Pro should not be long since, according to Billbil-Kun, their formalization would be scheduled for September 1, 2023.

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