- Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro renders have leaked online.
- The images show a sizeable camera bump and a curved screen for the Pro model.
- The vanilla variant seems inspired by the iPhone 14.
Update: November 7, 2022 (4:09 AM ET): After leaking renders of the Xiaomi 13 Pro, leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer has now outed images of the vanilla Xiaomi 13 model in collaboration with CompareDial.
Right off the bat, the standard Xiaomi 13 looks a lot like the iPhone 14 by ditching the curved display of the Pro model and its predecessor, Xiaomi 12. The leaker notes that the device has a 6.2-inch flat screen with a centered punch hole.
The rear camera bump is square with a triple camera system, and the phone reportedly measures 152.8 x 71.5 x 8.3 mm.
That’s all we know for now. The leak did not reveal any more specs of the phone.
Original article: November 7, 2022 (2:58 AM ET): Xiaomi is expected to launch the Xiaomi 13 series as soon as next month, and we already have a few minor leaks to go on. Now, a veteran leaker has blown the lid wide open with Xiaomi 13 Pro renders.
The images show a pretty large rear camera bump, complete with three sensors and a flash. So those hoping for something more symmetrical like the Pixel 7 Pro‘s camera visor might be disappointed. The Xiaomi 13 Pro renders also show a curved display, said to measure ~6.55-inches, complete with a center-mounted punch-hole cutout.
We can also make out four dots at the top of the phone. Xiaomi is one of the few players still offering an IR blaster on its devices, so we’re guessing at least one of the dots is the IR sensor. Otherwise, we’re not sure about the other three dots.
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Finally, the outlet and leaker claim that the Xiaomi 13 Pro measures 163 x 74.6 x 8.8mm (or 11.8mm thick when including the camera). That puts the phone in the same ballpark as the Xiaomi 12 Pro.
There’s no official word on a launch date yet, but the Xiaomi 12 series launched in China on December 28. So we’re expecting a similar launch window, allowing Xiaomi to be part of the first wave of Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 phones.