A rumor leaked in China yesterday afternoon stated that Xiaomi's next generation flagship would be called 14 and the name change would be due to the release of the MIUI 14.
Will it be called Xiaomi 14 because of MIUI 14? It's a fake
Soon after, Xiaomi's product manager Wei Siqi shared a post on Weibo (China's Twitter) which pointed out to his followers that this didn't show where it was sent from and so users again assumed the name is been changed to Xiaomi 14.
Well, today a photo of the alleged packaging of the Mi 14 was shot on Weibo. In this regard, Wang Hua of Xiaomi Group claimed that the photo of the Xiaomi 14 packaging is fake, adding that Xiaomi has no plans to change the product name and then the Xiaomi 13 series will be released normally.
As for the specifications of the devices in the series, we will have the Xiaomi 13 Standard Edition and the Mi 13 Pro. The standard version has a screen size of 6,2 inches and a resolution of FHD+, while the Pro version has a screen size of approximately 6,7 inches and a resolution of 2K+.
Both are equipped with Qualcomm's second generation Snapdragon 8 mobile platform. This chip uses a Cortex-X3 super-core CPU with a maximum frequency of 3,2GHz, four performance cores with a maximum frequency of 2,8GHz, and three cores with a maximum frequency of 2,8GHz. The core Efficiency A510 with a frequency of 2,0GHz has improved the overall performance by 35%, and the energy efficiency has increased by 40%.
In addition, the standard version of the Xiaomi 13 has a 50-megapixel rear main camera, the sensor is from the Sony IMX8 series, and the Pro version has a 50-megapixel rear main camera, the Sony IMX989 sensor, both of which support optical image stabilization. OIS image.
The Xiaomi 13 series could be officially announced in December.