Today, Xiaomi is expected to unveil a new series of Redmi Note 13 Pro smartphones. Ahead of the event, the company announced new details about these devices. According to Redmi’s official Weibo page, the Note 13 Pro series will offer a smartphone with 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 512GB of UFS 3.1 flash storage, which is usually found in premium and flagship smartphones rather than mid-range phones can be found.
The report doesn’t specify which model it is – Note 13 Pro or Note 13 Pro+, although we can assume it’s the latter. The product page also includes a teaser of support for 120W fast charging and 5000mAh battery capacity. According to analysts from the website GSMArena.com, the Note 13 Pro+ model has these characteristics, while the Note 13 Pro smartphone will most likely have a lower charging power, for example 67 W.
The front of the smartphone looks flat, with a thin frame around the screen of just 2.27mm and a hole for the selfie camera.
The series is expected to include three models – Note 13, Note 13 Pro and Note 13 Pro+. Apparently, the Note 13 and Note 13 Pro will receive the 4nm Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 chip that was introduced late last week. For the Note 13 Pro+, the company has confirmed the use of the MediaTek Dimensity 7200 Ultra chip, announced on September 11th.
It is known that the Redmi Note 13 Pro smartphones are mid-range devices. Given an acceptable price with such characteristics, the new items could well cause a real “storm” in the “mid-range” market.