According to the latest from China, Xiaomi's next super flagship, the 13 Ultra, will debut in China in April. As Xiaomi's flagship product in recent years, this has attracted the attention of many users.
Xiaomi 13 Ultra certified on 3C with a 90W charger
Well, today, well-known Chinese leakster Digital Chat Station said on Weibo that in addition to the new series Xiaomi pad 6, the upcoming Xiaomi 13 Ultra has also been certified by the Chinese body 3C. The certification shows that the 13 Ultra will come with a 90W charger.
Although 90W seems slightly insufficient for the Ultra series, it is still higher than the 67W found on the base Xiaomi 13. We also note that the 90W power has never been seen on Xiaomi products and therefore it will be a first for the upcoming 13 Ultra. That said, Xiaomi already has a 90W power charger, and its volume is roughly equal to that of the 67W charger.
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In terms of internal specifications, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra will continue to be equipped with the new second generation Snapdragon 8 chip. For photos, however, the new "super flagship" will be equipped with the one-inch Sony IM989 main camera, together with a total of 3 Sony IMX858 sensors covering the ultra wide angle and 3x telephoto and 5x telephoto lenses.
Furthermore, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra will also support variable aperture. The MIUI team has developed a specific control panel for this function, which will allow users to better adjust the camera.
As for the release date, a couple of days ago we learned that the smartphone should be launched in China in April, while its global version should arrive in May. We just have to wait for the first official info from Xiaomi.