The “13 series” (or “flagships starting with M”, as the 12 series are those starting with L) is once again projected to debut (if only in China) as early as November 2022, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 in tow. This new line of speculation has arisen thanks to Digital Chat Station’s new claims that the smartphones had reached an advanced testing stage, one involving “packaging” as well as more tests of their new MIUI builds based on Android 13.
The Xiaomi 13 series will ship with a brand-new, maybe enhanced 2K+ display technology. For how long will the 12 Pro remain a flagship? Xiaomi is a source. For how long will the 12 Pro remain a flagship? Xiaomi is the source. With the release of its impending 13-series flagship Android smartphones, Xiaomi is once again hailed as being well ahead of the competition, even when compared to their 12 and 12 Pro predecessors. A late-2022 flagship with recently-exposed screen specifications is anticipated for the allegedly Snapdragon 8 Gen 2-powered line. To claim that it was among the first to release new Android smartphones with the most recent Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 flagship chipset, Xiaomi hurriedly released the 12 and 12 Pro in December 2021. Then, it is said
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Therefore, the new range of top-end phones might indeed be on the way. On the other hand, the knowledgeable leaker hints that only 2 of the new devices planned by Xiaomi will make it to this super-early launch: a 13 and a 13 Pro, from the sound of it. The star of this show could be a “large-screen” variant with the OEM’s latest “2K” panel. Not much is known about this screen, although it is thought that it might have a next-gen “base material” (Samsung E6 as opposed to E5, perhaps?), have a central punch-hole for a selfie camera and fail to get over Xiaomi’s penchant for curvature.