Xiaomi launched the Xiaomi 13 series in China back in December. In line with previous years, the Ultra model wasn’t released alongside the vanilla and pro models.
According to recent reports, Xiaomi’s 13 Ultra will launch in April with 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The IMEI database now appears to contain information about this smartphone.
There has been a mysterious Xiaomi-branded premium smartphone discovered in the IMEI database. According to Xiaomiui, this device could be the upcoming Xiaomi 13 Ultra.
There are two models of this handset: the 2304FPN6DG (Global) and the 2304FPN6DC (China). The codename for it is “Ishtar”. It is believed that Ishtar is the goddess of love, fertility, and war in ancient Mesopotamia.
According to the MIUI codebase, the phone will boot MIUI 14 based on Android 13. It also reveals the chipset, which is Qualcomm SM8550 (Snapdragon 8 Gen 2).
Based on the IMEI database and MIUI codebase, that’s all we know about the Xiaomi 13 Ultra.
The device is expected to retain the 50MP Sony IMX989 1-inch camera sensor. In addition to the main camera, there will be an improved periscope camera. A curved Samsung E6 Super AMOLED display will complete the package.
Xiaomi has already confirmed that the next-generation Xiaomi Ultra smartphone will be available outside mainland China. It appears that a global variant exists based on the findings discussed above.