On August 23, a little over a month ago, Xiaomi formally unveiled three top-tier smartphones. The Xiaomi 12S, Xiaomi 12S Pro, and the Xiaomi 12S Ultra are these gadgets. There is currently a report that mentions the Xiaomi flagship smartphone of the next generation. MySmartPrice said that a new Xiaomi smartphone had achieved ECC certification. The new models are identified on the certification list as 2210132G and 2210133G, respectively. According to the report, these two new models represent the Xiaomi 13 series. Two other Redmi phones have additionally obtained ECC certification. These Redmi smartphones have model numbers 22101316G and 22101316UG, respectively. According to the report, these two new phones are part of the Redmi Note 12 series.
The letter “G” at the end of the product model should be taken into consideration as it could indicate that the smartphone is a global model. This indicates that it will be available both inside and outside of China. Additionally, Xiaomi Communications has registered these additional phones. The certification website does not disclose it for any other content, such as product configuration.
Xiaomi 13 series speculations
Popular Weibo tech blogger @DigitalChatStation claims the Xiaomi 13 series could go on sale as early as November. The Xiaomi 13 series will employ a multi-pole ear single-cell approach in terms of configuration. A fast-charging IC will also power the 100-watt battery for this series that the company created. The series will enable 50W of wireless charging, which is the maximum allowed by Chinese law. The blogger also asserts that the single-cell approach will effectively control the smartphone’s volume. We may therefore anticipate that the Xiaomi 13 series won’t be too tough to hold.
According to earlier sources, only the Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro will feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. The Xiaomi 13 series will also have a flexible curved screen with a 2K+120Hz ultra-narrow bezel.