The premiere of Xiaomi 13 was officially announced on December 1, 2022. Today, one of the most anticipated smartphones will hit the Chinese market. However, you will have to wait for the global premiere at least until the first months of next year. At the same time, the leaks show that the price of the new Xiaomi 13 will be quite … prohibitive.
On December 1, according to the official announcements of the brand, Xiaomi 13 will go to stores in China, and therefore one of the most anticipated phones in the world, given the huge popularity of this Chinese brand. And although various rumors and leaks about the device have been circulating on the web for months, the manufacturer has only confirmed that the premiere will take place on December 1.
We also learned from the promotional graphics that Xiaomi 13 will be dust- and waterproof in the IP68 class.
Along with the new smartphone, another version of the Android system overlay will be added, namely MIUI 14. We also know that the smartphone will appear in two versions, i.e., the standard Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro. In the latter, we find three cameras with a resolution of 50 MP. The smartphones will also differ in size. The standard version will get a 6.2-inch screen, while the 13 Pro will offer a 6.7-inch display.
The price of Xiaomi 13 can knock you down
How much can Xiaomi 13 cost? Officially, we do not know the price, but Chinese sources say that we should expect 15-20 percent increases, and the price is likely to be 4,450 yuan, i.e., about USD 635 indirect conversion. The problem in some countries is that the price from China is not converted directly, and there are additional fees.
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