The upcoming Redmi Note 13 series is set to make its debut in China in October and expand to more markets later. This new lineup will be the successor to the Redmi Note 12 models and is expected to bring significant improvements. In a recent development, reputed tipster DigitalChatStation has revealed the key specifications of the Redmi Note 13 series smartphones. According to the leak, the series is expected to feature a notable 200MP primary camera setup, similar to the existing Redmi Note 12 Pro+ 5G model.
Redmi Note 13 Series Specifications (Expected)
According to DigitalChatStation the upcoming Redmi Note 13 series is expected to include three smartphone models, and all models will feature 1.5K displays. Furthermore, It is expected that the display panel of the phone will come with eye protection certification. This marks an improvement over the Redmi Note 12, which comes with an FHD+ screen.
The tipster has suggested that the upcoming Redmi Note 13 series, specifically the Note 13 Pro+, may be equipped with Samsung’s 200MP sensor, specifically the ISOCELL HPX, which boasts a 1/1.4-inch sensor size. All three models in the series will have triple-camera sensors. Besides the primary sensor, there will be an 8MP shooter and a 2MP lens.
Redmi Note 13 Pro+ has appeared on China’s TENAA certification website under model number 23090RA98C, suggesting that it may be equipped with the MediaTek Dimensity 7200 SoC. Meanwhile, the Redmi Note 13 Pro, identified by model number 2312DRA50C, is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processor.
Additionally, there are rumors that the Redmi Note 13 series will be equipped with 120W fast charging capabilities, possibly making it available on the Redmi Note 13 Pro+. While the vanilla and Pro versions could have 67W fast charging.
Both of these devices may feature a 5120mAh battery, which is a significant increase from the 5,000mAh battery found in their predecessors. While the Redmi Note 13 Pro+ may have a 5,000mAh unit.
Since the launch is still a month away, we advise our readers to look at these hardware details carefully and wait for an official confirmation from the company.