Xiaomi’s 13T and 13T Pro are expected to be its flagship phones for the global market in the second half of this year. They will replace the Xiaomi 12T and Xiaomi 12T Pro from last year. Tipster Snoopy Tech has revealed that the Xiaomi 13T will debut earlier than expected since the Xiaomi 12T series was announced in October.

Xiaomi 13T and 13T Pro will have CrystalRes AMOLED displays with 144Hz refresh rates, according to the tipster. Xiaomi 13T is powered by a 4nm flagship chipset. The 13T Pro is equipped with a leading 4nm chip, according to the tipster.

Xiaomi 13T Pro is rumored to be a tweaked Redmi K60 Ultra. It is expected to debut in China in July. There is a possibility that the Dimensity 9200 Plus SoC will be used in the K60 Ultra, as well as the 13T Pro.

Additionally, the tipster claims that the Xiaomi 13T will come with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB of storage, while the Pro edition will have 12 GB RAM and 512 GB of storage. MIUI 14 will be installed on both models. According to the tipster, the 13T will run MIUI 14 based on Android 13.

There are no details on the specific camera specifications for both smartphones, but both will have Leica-optimized cameras. Both the 13T and 13T Pro support fast charging at 67W and 120W, respectively. The battery capacity on both phones will be 5,000mAh.


The Xiaomi 13T will be available in black for £599 (Rs.62,500/-), according to the tipster. As for the 13T Pro, it will come in Meadow Green and cost £799 (Rs.83,500/-). Globally, the 13T series is expected to be announced on Sept. 1.