Someone snapped a spy shot of the front of the upcoming Xiaomi 13 Pro a month ago. Here’s a look at what will probably be the phone’s most important feature – the camera – on its other side.
According to reports, the next Pro model will feature the same IMX989 sensor (1″, 50MP) as the Xiaomi 12S Ultra. Additionally, we will examine the progress of the Leica collaboration. This is a surprisingly modest design compared to the Ultra, which had a massive camera island. The 1-inch camera was on the left – the ultra-wide module is on the center (see the below images).
While the Xiaomi 12S Ultra was a cutting-edge camera phone, the Xiaomi 13 Pro has been styled like an all-around flagship. While we don’t have details about the other two modules, it maintains a triple-camera setup.
Despite its large 6.7″ 120Hz AMOLED display (a Samsung E6 panel, QHD+ resolution), the Xiaomi 13 Pro is expected to follow the same formula as its predecessor. Its code name, “nuwa”, was revealed in the front photo, along with the device’s model number, 2210132C for the Chinese version, and 2210132G for the global version.
After Qualcomm reveals the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 in mid-November, Xiaomi is expected to announce the 13 series later this year.