Like last year, Xiaomi is gearing up to launch its Redmi K60 Ultra in China later this month. Like last year, rumors suggest the Redmi K60 Ultra will make its way to international markets as the Xiaomi 13T Pro. According to 4gnews, the Xiaomi 13T and 13T Pro will launch on September 1 in Europe.

We saw a Geekbench result from what should be the Xiaomi Redmi K60 Ultra a couple of days ago – this revealed that the phone would be powered by the Dimensity 9200+. Xiaomi has now confirmed this, along with an AnTuTu score and a few more details.

By the way, the K60 Ultra will use the MediaTek 9200+ chip and will be globalized as Xiaomi 13T Pro. In internal testing, it achieved 1,774,714 points on AnTuTu.

In fact, the score is higher than what Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chips are typically able to achieve, making it competitive with top Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chips. While the Geekbench 6 score wasn’t impressive, let’s wait for more detailed results.

AnTuTu hasn’t released the score breakdown, but it did post photos from a presentation on the Redmi K60 Ultra.

In addition to Dimensity, Xiaomi will also include its PixelWorks X7 visual processor running an algorithm it developed in-house for the K60 Ultra.