Xiaomi has officially announced the launch date for its highly-anticipated 13T series. The unveiling will take place on September 26 in Berlin, Germany, and will be live-streamed on Xiaomi’s website.
Xiaomi CEO and Founder Lei Jun revealed the collaboration with Leica, promising the integration of Leica filters and other features in the default camera app. While Jun didn’t specify the number of smartphones in the series, it’s speculated to include the 13T and the 13T Pro.
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The 13T Pro is expected to be a modified version of the Redmi K60 Ultra (Extreme Edition), featuring improvements in camera capabilities but an underclocked chipset compared to the K60 Ultra. The design is likely to be similar to the K60 Ultra, with early renders and an unboxing video already available, showcasing the phone in black with its accessories.
This announcement has stirred excitement among Xiaomi enthusiasts, eager to see what the 13T series, developed in collaboration with Leica, will bring to the smartphone market.