The Xiaomi 13T series, which was expected to go official last week, will be unveiled later this month – on September 26.
This revelation comes from Lei Jun, Founder and CEO of Xiaomi, through a post on X, where he announced the event would be held in Berlin, Germany and live-streamed on Mi.com.
Jun also said that the Xiaomi 13T series is “co-engineered with Leica,” so you can expect some Leica filters, among other things, in the default camera app. However, Jun didn’t reveal how many smartphones the lineup will include.
Rumors claim the 13T series will consist of two smartphones – 13T and 13T Pro. The Pro model is said to be a version of the China-only Redmi K60 Ultra (aka Extreme Edition) with some differences. You can check its leaked renders below.
We also know what the 13T will look like since it appeared in an unboxing video over a week ago. You can watch the video below.